Oh man, this is a tough one. I never know when to tell them. I dated a guy for 4 months and never told him because I didn't think he could handle it (should have listened to my instincts). That's 4 months of hiding meds and flares! Then there are other guys that I've told almost right away. Tell him whenever you feel comfortable enough to tell him. I think it also depends on how you are feeling physically. If you are constantly having to cancel plans or make up excuses, you should say something so he doesn't think you are not interested.
Good luck and I hope it works out!
I think you will know when you feel you want to share the information. Never feel you must tell everyone your life history on your first date, see how well you get along.
Take your time and do it your way. Bless you.Kitt
This is a tricky one. I too am married and have been for six years. I told my husband when we were first together. He said it didn't bother him. Then I had a flare and he struggled. He was upset and couldn't understand why a 20 year-old was so sick. I told him that I am chronically ill and I would only get worse. He decided to fight the battle with me. This has been the sickest year so far and he has never been more wonderful. We are trying to get out of debt and he will work overtime to help pay for my meds if we need it. I say tell him when you're ready. It takes a special person to fight CD and it is a little better when your significant other can help fight it with you. Good luck. You are in my thoughts and I hope you find someone wonderful as I did.