Who put you on the Asacol? Who ordered the Serology 7? Same doctor? That is the person that really needs to answer the question. Also, inflammation though not superbad, is still a sign of a problem when it occurs in the GI tract. Were biopsies done at the time you had the colonoscopy? If you don't know you might consider getting a copy of the colonoscopy report to see exactly what it says.
I know when I was first going through the diagnostic process, my first GI thought I had CD but wasn't entirely positive. He said he didn't want to "label" me with CD prematurely because once it got into my insurance profile it could potentially cause havoc getting insurance in the future. I wish at that very moment I had run out and bought a long-term care policy because I can't get one now. Are there insurance implications for you?
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