Leaving the Pentasa question aside and moving to the big picture...
Doctors are human too, and base their opinions on their training, subjective feelings, and personal experiences with other patients they've treated. It is reasonable to expect that they are going to have differing opinions from time to time, especially with a disease that tends to be hidden internally, like Crohn's.
Personally, I would be questioning whether it's appropriate to base such important decisions on your daughter's bloodwork, and how she "seems" when she visits a doctor. Many, many, of the people who use this forum have had bad symptoms & internal pathology while still having normal bloodwork, and I'm sure that you, as her parent, will also know that a Crohn's patient can seem fine to a stranger even when she's ill, and that any Crohn's patient can seem "fine" one day and be miserable and in pain the next.
I think I'd be asking whether it might be a good idea to conduct further scopes, MRIs, etc, and basing treatment decisions on those proper clinical findings, rather than her bloodwork and how she looks when she visits the doctor.
Obviously, now that she's in adult care, these questions & decisions will probably be asked & made by the doctor & your daughter, but I can't see any harm in discussing this with your daughter, and maybe the doctor too, seeing as you're her concerned parent and, by the sounds of it, her next of kin and carer too.
Hope this helps.
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