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Best diet for crohns disease?

There are many places that offer diet information for those with Crohns disease. One such place can be found here:

Would you be discharged from the british army if diagnosed with crohns disease?

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.

What are the effects of the flu on a person with crohns disease?

Actually, the symptoms of Crohns disease are very similar to those of the flu. Most undiagnosed Crohns patients believe for a long period of time that they actually have the flu when in fact they are having a flare of Crohns disease. On the reverse, a veteran patient of Crohns will often experience the symptoms of the flu and suspect they are having a flare. The treatments for each are very different, so a Crohns patient needs to seek medical attention as soon as possible.

What is the main Crohns disease symptom?

Crohns disease is a type of inflammatory bowel disease that effects any part of the gastrointestinal tract from mouth to anus. The most known symptom of this disease is Diarrhea followed by abdominal pain, cramping, blood in your stool and weight loss.

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How many types of crohns disease are there?

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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Does crohns disease cause bleeding?

Bleeding is often a symptom of Crohns disease.

Is bipolar linked with crohns disease?

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Where can I find more information on crohns disease diet? WebMD is a trusted source of information. Also, check with your doctor to review your health needs.

How can you get Crohn's disease?

There is no know cause of Crohns disease at this time. Research is ongoing as to the causes of Crohns disease.

Can you get Crohn's disease?

There is no know cause of Crohns disease at this time. Research is ongoing as to the causes of Crohns disease.

How can you tell if you have Crohns disease?

Your doctor will help you understand if it is Crohns disease after some tests such as a colonoscopy.

Can crohn's disease be linked to drug abuse?

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.

Where can I find more information on diet for crohns disease ?

When dealing with a diet to reduce the side effects of crohns disease you might want to reduce the amount of foods you consume that leave behind residue such as alcohol carbonated beverages and other foods like butter etc.

What does cdai refer to with Crohns disease?

The Crohns Disease Activity Index is a questionnaire used in research to help measure how the disease is affecting the patient.

Is crohns disease cancer?

No. Crohns disease is an inflammatory disease of the intestinal tract and is not a form of cancer. Crohns patients are however generally at higher risk for developing some forms of cancer and need to be checked more often.

What is included in the crohns diet?

The Crohns diet is a low residue diet. More information aboyt this diet is available at:

Where can I find information regarding the Crohn's diet?

You can learn about creating a Crohn's diet plan at You can also try

What disease causes you to poop yourself to death?

Crohns disease can do that.

Can Crohn's disease be healed?

No. Crohns is not curable but the symptoms can be controlled. Right now they do not even know what causes Crohns disease.

Alcohol-related effects on Crohns disease. My 18 year old son has had Crohns disease for ten years and just started to drink and smoke. Won't listen to what I say. Just wants to have fun. Help.?

its his choice but if it hurts then he should stop. Enjoy your life, Not destroy your life.

How can crohns disease be prevented?

Because Crohns disease has not been fully researched as to the causes, it cannot be prevented. Once diagnosed, the disease can be managed but never cured.

Can a person have esophageal spasms first then later on get Crohns disease?

Crohns symptoms can occur from mouth to anus. It is likely the original esophageal spasms were symptoms of Crohns disease that were undiagnosed until later.

What are the Dietary causes of Crohn's Disease?

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.