I am at UCSF now because 7 days at the other hospital and large doses of steroids failed to bring my flare under control. I woke this moring to one of many doctors that is working o my case. He was wearing a protective gown and gloves and explained to me that anyone coming into contact with me would be dong that same because they were running test to see if I have c-diff. I cant even use the same bathroom as i have been with a woman i share the room with. They want me to use a camode. All of the sudden I feel like people are scared ti touch me. Has anyone ever had c-diff, or been tested for it? Just one more aspect of this lovely disease crohns.
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