Nice cup of tea,
You can have anemia from b-12 def, so ulcerating, scarring, or lack of TI can cause it as well. So have you gotten your vit b-12 and D checked?
I have to admit I am also concerned about your wellbeing. Mental and physical health are intertwined, so the question now becomes how are you dealing with the depression that is very common with being ill? I have to admit I am a big fan of therapy (and meds if you can tolerate them), because it has help me work thru the crap that this disease and other life circumstances. Like being shot, breaking my back, getting dx with this dd, not ever reaching remission so far, losing a fiancee, losing all the financial resourses, incuring about 100,000 in debt, a break down of alot of my relationships, and losing both my parents all in about 5 years time. Hey I am far from pollyanna and hey I know what it is to be in so much pain one prays to die. I am still grateful that God did not listen to me during that time, althought I was po'ed at the time.
Concerned about you,
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