Crohnís disease is a common gastrointestinal disease, affecting up to 20 million people worldwide, with over 90% of them people over 65.
It affects the digestive system, with symptoms that include dry mouth, weight loss and diarrhoea.
It can also cause diarrhea, abdominal pain, weight gain and fever.
Symptoms Crohn�s disease symptoms can vary, and depending on how severe the symptoms are, it can cause some people to suffer with severe symptoms, or they may be treated with a different medication.
Here are some common symptoms that Crohns disease sufferers can experience:Lack of appetiteLack, or loss of, energy or concentrationLack or change in energy or appetiteNormal bowel movements or problems with swallowingSymptoms can be more severe if they occur more frequently, or if they are a chronic condition, or a combination of the two.
Symptom reporting is a complicated process, and it is important to have a doctor review your symptoms to help you find the right medication.
To help with this, here are some things you should be aware of before you get your first diagnosis:You should see a doctor as soon as you notice any symptoms that are different from the ones you were having before you got the diagnosis.
You should also seek help from your doctor or other healthcare provider if you have a history of other serious health problems, or you feel your symptoms are affecting your quality of life.
You can call your GP or other health professional for a referral if you suspect you have Crohn’s disease, or your symptoms or medical history don’t match what you are experiencing.
Symmonetisation can help you manage your symptoms.
Symantec will help you to choose a different medicine for you.