My diagnosis has changed a couple of times as well, although opposite of yours. At first I was told Crohn's due to the skipped areas throughout the colon,the biopsies and the fact that I had severe mouth ulcers. It appeared to be mainly in the colon however, and I had a huge fissure. I was on every medication that you list except for anamantle. I always had lots of bleeding, mucus and pain. I had to use the bathroom often (15 to 20 times a day), but it was not always diarrhea. Often it was just blood. A couple of years after the Crohn's diagnosis, I was told that maybe it was UC because on the colonoscopy, it seemed not to be in skipped areas but mostly confined to the lower 8 inches of my colon. I was also told that the medications for both were the same, so not to worry about
the diagnosis. I switched doctors because I felt that I was getting sicker and sicker and wanted another opinion. The new doctor said that he wasn't sure which I had either but thought it looked more like UC or both. Yes, he said you could have both. Now he's back to calling it Crohn's. I had a very, very severe flare about
3 years ago. Went on yet another coctail of meds which brought things somewhat under control after about
a year. Then I was put on Humira (I reacted to Remicade as well). I have been on Humira for nearly 2 years now and I am free of my symptoms for the first time in 16 years of this disease. I know it is frustrating not having a clear diagnosis of one or the other. You may indeed have both.