Although it may not seem like you will every poop normally there are those glorious days when you finally have a normal bowel movement. However for me they are short lived and I end up having diarriah not soon after...whether it be hours or days. Don't be discouraged by this, but just realize that it is all a part of the crohn's or colitis, and unfortunately is a major part of the disease. I know exactly how you feel because I was finally (after being sick for 6 years with stomach crap) diagnosed at age 18, and a senior in highschool. If you ever need to chit chat send me a message, and I can give you my email address so that you can ask more questions or just VENT! Feel better soon!
Diagnosed: 2003, age 18 (had issues with it since I was 12)
Meds for crohns: Off all meds for 1 month until I heal. Still on 10mg Prednisone, and 20mg Oxycodone every 3 hours, and Oxycontin 5mg every 12 hours. Also on a bunch of other meds for crohn's and my other glorious diseases.
Other medical issues: Hereditary Spherocytosis (hemolytic anemia) iron deficient anemia, polyarthralgia, ovarian cysts, Migraines
Surgeries: Spleen and gallbladder out at age 6, Tonsils and Adenoids out at age 21. Ileocecal (small bowel) resection on December 13th. Appendectomy during small bowel resection