(I'm new to this site, so please bare with me, hopefully I'm doing this right) :)
For the past 6 months I have experienced many symptoms that have drastically effected my day to day life and would seemingly lead to a diagnosis of Crohn's disease. Constant nausea, weight loss, abdominal pain, constipation, constant fever, and blood in stool (I have many more symptoms, but I will just leave it to my major ones). In February I had an endoscopy done which showed Gastritis and that was treated with medication. My symptoms never went away though, so in April my GI decided to do another endoscopy and a colonoscopy. The biopsy results showed inflamation throughout my GI system, Ileitis, and Colitis. She was sure it was Crohn's disease...however when she ordered bloodwork it all came back normal, (the only thing abnormal was once my white blood cell count was high) so this caused her to completely cross it off the list of possibilities even though everything else points to Chron's. I have read that many people with Crohn's Disease often have normal bloodwork, and I was just wondering if a diagnosis of Crohn's is possible with normal bloodwork, but actual physical evidence to prove a diagnosis. How was anyone else's diagnosis made or based off of? Is my doctor possibly wrong in completely ruling out Crohn's? After all of the extensive research I've done, at least to me, Crohns seems like a serious possibility.
Additional details: 17yrs old, history of GI problems, surgeries I've had: Nissan Fundoplycation, Pyloroplasty, and Gallbladder removal.
Thank you for any help you can offer! :)