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   Posted 12/15/2009 6:06 PM (GMT -7)   
I was just thinking today about how whenever my body doesn't something weird or unexpected, or I feel pain or something like that I usually chalk it up to having CD and move on/deal with it. It makes me wonder if some day I will miss something important and end up not treating something serious! Does anyone else think about these things?
female 19, diagnosed crohns december 2008
entocort/pentasa previously, now prednisone, probiotics, calcium w/d, digestive enzymes & prenatal multivitamin

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Date Joined Dec 2009
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   Posted 12/16/2009 6:10 PM (GMT -7)   
haha I do.
I was the opposite before, I thought everything was a new problem but then...

I was limping: It was Crohn's! My Butt felt like it was bruised all to hell: It was Crohn's!
My period hurt waaaaay more than usual: It was Crohn's!

I used to just suck it up, I was in constant pain for years before being diagnosed, and I just ignored it.
Later, after diagnosis, I would ignore pain because I didn't want to go back to the hospital, but that was wrong.

I've learned that if it's scary and new: check it out. Even if it is Crohn's, it's better to know.
Other than that, what can we do? If something's gonna happen, it's gonna happen.
Female, 19. Diagnosed with Crohn's in Oct 2007.
Surgery in March 2009; Currently on Humira.

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