I agree with gumby; Crohn's is not exactly the same disease for all of us. We all start off with #1, which, when the wonky genes are activated, leads in turn to #6 (or 5, rather!). But as there are as many as 71 genes
associated with Crohn's disease, we are not all affected by exactly the same genes, but by different genes with different variations. Even before the environmental triggers have kicked in, parts of our Crohn's disease is already pre-determined (the severity of it, for a start).
And then there's the fun part of trying to work out what the triggers are. That's the almost impossible part, so it would seem - identifying the genes is the relatively easy one. But again, it is virtually certain that the triggers are variable and not the same for everybody.
Sorry, topic creator. I just realised I am saying basically the exact opposite to you! Anyway to answer you, no, I didn't have night sweats when diagnosed. But later on, as my disease worsened, I did start getting regular fevers. Still get 'em, although it's variable. Currently I'm not having them, except for very low-grade ones - too low to count, although I still manage to feel braindead...