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Is There Too Much Info On UC? I Think So

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We’ve all consulted Dr. Google more times than we probably care to admit. My actual doctors even feel they have to warn against asking the Internet anything.

And we all know why — you’ll inevitably find the one case that has a grim diagnosis, or the one situation where that weird symptom equals something serious.

Don’t get me wrong … I’m glad that us patients do have access to so much education around inflammatory bowel disease (IBD). A simple search can truly tell you anything you need to know, especially when newly diagnosed.

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