Each life insurance carrier may respond very differently to this health condition - they each have their own set of underwriting guidelines (e.g. company A offers a better risk class than company B, therefore lower premiums on your life insurance policy from company A).
The risk class a life insurance company will approve for your life insurance policy will depend on the details of your medical history including how long you've had the ulcerative colitis condition, the severity of your health issue, ulcer history, and other factors related to your health.
This type of condition can result in a substandard rate class (table-rated program) with many life insurance carriers so you will want to shop around to find the most affordable plan from a highly-rated life insurance carrier.
Keep in mind, applying to multiple companies for your life insurance at once may not always be in your favor.
One of the most common parts of the underwriting process is an MIB check (the Medical Information Bureau). For example, if the Medical information check shows you've applied to 10 different companies for life insurance and you've gotten declined several times or been rated with a high table-rating, the insurance carriers will obviously express concerns over this situation.
Here's how you can learn more about finding affordable life insurance with ulcerative colitis