Symptoms of Crohn’s Disease You May Be Ignoring[/mp_text]
What is Crohn’s Disease?
Crohn’s disease is an inflammation of your digestive tract that may cause painful cramping as well as diarrhea and a plethora of other lesser know maladies. The problem are note confined to one’s stomach. Listed below are some symptoms may are not a 100% diagnosis of Crohn’s disease, but it is a warning sign. If you experience any of these, one needs to talk to their Doctor. Here is a good example, 20% of men and women with Crohn’s disease have some type of degenerative joint disease. This is often found in the knees, ankles, back as well as the shoulders. Talk to your health care professional about the proper medication treatment.[/mp_code]
Crohn’s Disease Symptoms
There is a series of different joints in the lower back that may have been causing pain. The pain may be very small and can be ignored for many,many year or even decades. Ashkan Farhadi, MD, a gastroenterologist at Orange Coast Memorial Medical Center in Fountain Valley, California offers some ideas that could reduce lower back pain
Cramping as well as stomach ache: Keep a food journal is the best way to find the identify foods that cause cramping as well as stomach pain.
Diarrhea usually goes hand in hand with Crohn’s Disease. Many are not worried about Crohn’s if the experience intermittent diarrhea. Don’t mistake this for stress-related issues and or things like being lactose intolerance.
Swelling of one’s belly is often an indicator of Crohn’s disease. A typical occurrence of this type of swelling will be a firm, small grapefruit protrusion Many Men and Women have pain ranging anywhere from very mild to the most extreme. In addition a small abscess may form in the same general area.
Painful sores may appear on the legs. There may be tender lumps on skin from things such as Erythema nodosum that leaves lumpy red rashes.
A not very well know sign of the disease is big perianal skin tags.
Canker sores are a manifestations (when other organs are affected by inflammatory bowel diseases) of the complication of the disease. Medication can be used to keep Crohn’s Disease in check. A smart pill box will help ensure the medication is taken properly.