Young Adults

Being a young adult is a time filled with transitions and changes—let alone having Crohn's or ulcerative colitis. Use this forum to share some of your IBD challenges and successes with others who are facing similar situations. Whether you have questions or tips on relationships, school, new jobs or other life events, find the support and answers you need right here—or offer your own advice.

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