Crohn's can affect the joints. See the related link below for more information.
The inflammation that appears with both Crohn's and UC often shows up in other area's of the body like joints.
The symptoms are pain, swelling and joint stiffness that flare up and then go away, then flare up again. The more severe the IBD the more severe the Arthritis.
When the joints are involved in combination with IBD the diagnosis is call IBD Arthritis.
Treatment often amounts to moist heat and cold packs, bed rest when severe,non steroidal anti- inflammatory medications like ibuprofen.
Bleeding is often a symptom of Crohns disease.
Crohn's Disease is an inflammatory bowel disease, and arthritis is also an inflammatory condition. The link of both of them having to do with swelling is why they have a connection. However, Crohn's Disease does not necessarily cause arthitis, it's only known to be associated with it. Hope this helps! :)
There is no know cause of Crohns disease at this time. Research is ongoing as to the causes of Crohns disease.
Scientists haven't found the cause for Crohn's Disease, which is why there is no cure for the disease.
Crohns disease can cause symptoms anywhere in the digestive tract, from mouth to anus. It is unlikely Crohns disease would be the first suspect for a swollen uvula or sore throat but eventually, after eliminating the usual suspected causes, a test for Crohns could verify that diagnosis.
There are many places that offer diet information for those with Crohns disease. One such place can be found here: http://www.webmd.com/ibd-crohns-disease/crohns-disease/creating-a-crohns-disease-diet-plan
No there is no known connection. The cause for arthritis is as yet not known.
No. It is very unlikely that unrinsed lettuce would cause Crohns disease. Medical experts have been searching for the cause of this disease for years. Unrinsed produce may cause diarrhea and cramping from e-coli or other food borne bacteria but you will not get Crohns disease from it.
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It would depend on the severity and symptoms of your Crohns disease. A diagnosis of Crohns would not necessarily be cause for immediate mustering out. Crohns disease can be managed with proper medication in many cases and each individual case is judged on how the disease effects performance of duty. Your military doctors will advise on your specific needs.
There is only one type of Crohns disease. Crohns disease can manifest anywhere in the digestive tract but it is the same disease no matter where it appears.
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The cause of the disease Arthritis is unknown. the only option open at present is an attempt to control the progress of the disease.
Most certainly. Crohns while active can cause nausea as can some of the medications used to treat the disease. There are however many remedies to control the nausea.
crohn's disease will not directly cause you to be infertile but some medicines that can be used to treat crohn's can cause infertility
http://www.webmd.com/ibd-crohns-disease/crohns-disease/creating-a-crohns-disease-diet-plan WebMD is a trusted source of information. Also, check with your doctor to review your health needs.
There are no dietary causes of Crohns disease. The cause of Crohns disease is unknown. Although there are no specific foods or diet that prevent or cures Crohn's disease, restoring and maintaining proper nutrition is a vital part of the medical management Crohns. Diet can however affect symptoms. Patients with active Crohns disease are advised to reduce high fiber and highly spiced foods for the duration of the flare. When Crohns is inactive, patients are encouraged to eat whatever they will tolerate.
Your doctor will help you understand if it is Crohns disease after some tests such as a colonoscopy.
Yes. Crohns can effect any part of the digestive system including the esophagus. Some of the medications used to control Crohns can also temporarily affect swallowing.
No, much can be blamed on smoking but Crohns is diagnosed in babies, children and non smokers as much or more than those who do or have smoked.
No. A cause for Crohns has yet to be discovered and until then, a cure or preventative medicine will not be available. For now, the best medical science can do is treat the symptoms.
Degenerative disk disease and arthritis are different conditions conditions.The cause of degenerative disk disease at this point is not understood, however having arthritis can contribute to its development.
No. Drug abuse history has never been linked to Crohns disease. Children as young as 3 can develop Crohns disease. Crohns is not something you have done to yourself.
The Crohns Disease Activity Index is a questionnaire used in research to help measure how the disease is affecting the patient.