Crohn�s disease is the most common chronic inflammatory disease in the world and affects around one in three adults.
However, the cause of the disease is still unknown.
Symptoms of Crohnís disease are usually present for several weeks or months before symptoms appear.
Most people with Crohn´s disease have normal bowel movements and do not have symptoms of the inflammatory bowel disease (IBD).
Symptoms can include a range of symptoms including bloating, pain, diarrhoea, cramps, bloating with or without constipation, weight loss, and joint pain.
While most people with a Crohns disease diagnosis can live with symptoms, some people with the condition can have chronic, relapsing forms of the illness.
A number of studies have suggested that people with this condition can develop Crohn`s disease.
However, the research is limited to people with IBD, and has not been able to rule out other inflammatory bowel diseases.
This article gives you an overview of the different types of Crohns.
It explains what symptoms are associated with different types, and how to tell the difference between the two. The Crohn Disease Foundation has also developed a guide for people with Crohn’s and IBD.
To find out more about Crohn’S and Crohn Disease, click here .
The author is a medical doctor.