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I find this part of your post quite interesting: “When I’m in a ulcerative colitis flare, this can be a bit tricky. The most frustrating aspect of this is that it can sometimes take over half an hour before I can get out the door… I’m constantly having to dash to the bathroom before I can get out and ride. The fascinating thing is that when I’m racing and training, my flare literally disappears.” I race motocross (ATV), and have been experiencing my first flare mostly likely because I was prescribed antibiotics for bronchitis. I had been trying to get my UC under control before racing season but am still not in remission. I experience the same thing before a race. I make sure I eat something lite 3-4 hours before I leave, and then keep running back and forth to the bathroom. No more solid food after that. Once I race, no problems and I usually don’t have any symptoms the next day. I rely on sports drinks, and protein shakes during the race. (I’ve heard that sugar is a problem, but artificial sweeteners seem to bother me, so I mix the two.) This is contrary to what I have been reading. Much of what I have read states that strenuous exercise increases inflammation which makes the UC worse. I raced a 50 minutes cross country style race this past weekend. I felt horrible when I got up, went through the usual 3- 4 hour bathroom ritual and was almost afraid to leave the house. I survived the hour drive to the track, raced the full 50 minutes and had no problems. Felt fine the day after as well.