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My target 150kms
I'm living fearlessly this September by participating in the Live Fearless Challenge 2023
I’m getting active to raise awareness and much needed funds for Australians living with Crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis. I was diagnosed at 19 and I owe my life to the medication I was put on to treat my Crohn’s disease.
As I challenge myself to reach these goals during September, it would really help me to know that I have your support. If you can rally behind me with even a small donation, it would make a big difference to those living with Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis.
All proceeds go towards Crohn's & Colitis Australia's support services, research initiatives, education and advocacy programs for the Crohn's and colitis community.
Thank you and see you at the finish line!
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Slow start to the challenge
I’m back fundraising for the Live Fearless Challenge but this time I started off the challenge with a colonoscopy. At the age of 27 I’ve already had 3 colonoscopies, swallowed a pill cam and had a Magnetic resonance elastography (MRE). I was nervous going into this colonoscopy because I’m very happy on my treatment plan of daily oral medication and intravenous infusions every eight weeks and I was concerned that the colonoscopy would show the disease had spread and I would need to increase my infusions or start on a new medication. Luckily everything is looking ok and I can remain on my current treatment plan. It has meant that I’ve not completed as many kilometres of exercise as I’d planned to do over the weekend as I was recovering from the procedure. Instead I’ll need to push a bit harder in the next few weeks to make up for the slow start, but it’s worth it to raise money for Crohn’s and Colitis Australia!
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