I agree with Sarah B- get a second opinion. Or at the very least, talk to your doc about
doing more tests. I've found that for me, it's very tough to view the ileum (or at least what's left of it) via colonoscopy due to some mechanical issue with the resection (dr says it's tough to get the scope around that area, and doesn't want to risk perforation by pushing it too much), so I often have an ultrasound as well to see if there's inflammation or anything in my small intestine. (Granted, I have to go to the hospital for the ultrasound as well, as he prefers me to see the ultrasound dr who specializes in looking at the bowel, rather than going to a clinic where they usually just deal with pregnant ladies.)
DX with Crohn's at 21 in '06
Resection of TI and Cecum/3 Strictureplasties in May '08
I've been on most entry-level meds out there: prednisone, AZA, pentasa, ciprofloxacin, metronidazole, etc etc etc... starting Remicade soon, after discovering an enteroenteric fistula.
Flock of Parrotts- my family blog.