The gurgling sounds like a stricture (narrowing due to inflammation and/or scar tissue) and the tenderness could indicate active Crohn's. My daughter had no tenderness after a few months of Entocort - but she did have some gurgling, yet the doctor said she could taper of Entocort, anyway. She landed in the hospital.
You are probably not in remission...Entocort hasn't been proven to put anybody in full remission (meaning no symptoms whatsoever plus a colonoscopy to show no signs of Crohn's internally). So it makes sense to try Pentasa or Asacol, or other meds.
After my daughter landed in the hospital, she went back on Entocort and stayed on it for years. It took about five months for her tenderness to go away and seven months for her gurgling to go away. A cat scan done before she landed in the hospital showed she had a stricture, but years later, another cat scan showed the stricture had disappeared. This was thanks to Entocort and diet.
BUT a colonoscopy done last year showed she still had active inflammation - a couple of ulcers in the small intestine. So Entocort had not finished the job - and, given time, the continuing Crohn's inflammation might bring back another stricture.
Daughter (22) Dx'd Crohn's 3/06. Misdiagnosed for two years, including by top pediatric Crohn's specialist as stress. No symptoms for the past three years. March '09 colonoscopy showed stricture gone but two spots of inflammation in TI. Used LDN to taper off Entocort last fall. (Was on Entocort since April 06.) Never had D. 4.5 mg LDN, SCD multivit, homemade yogurt, 2000IU vit D3, 1000 mg calcium, 27-54 mg iron, monthly B12 shots, daily oral B12 twice a day (one B complex, then later one B 500), 10mg zinc. SCD diet.