I'm the same age as you and I've had Crohn's since I was 14. I've been lucky to have only had three bowel resections, the most recent about 6 yrs ago. I've been on just about every med available for Crohn's and I'm presently on Remicade and Methotrexate. about two months ago I too started feeling bad, cramping, running low grade fever, tired, you know the feeling. My GI did a CT which revealed some inflamation in my TI. (Where my Crohn's is). But all blood test came back normal. Fever got higher and a physical exam showed no tenderness. I was sent to an infectious disease dr. who ran a boat load of blood test and others...everything normal. Fever went away for about three days and then returned at 102.5. My GI said lets scope and I was lucky enough to get scoped four days later (last tues.) BINGO... the last portion of my TI is an abosolute Mess, his words and the pictures he showed me were indeed bad. It's bad enough that surgery is on the table because the Bio's are not working. He wants to measure how many feet I have left before we cut. Sorry for the long lead but I agree with others, you know your body better than any Doctor and if you feel something is wrong, then something is. Make them keep looking. Make sure you have a GI who is in to Crohn's. As you've read above it's possible that everything looks normal when it's not and it took the scope to find mine. It would be better if they could scope you a little sooner. And I know it's hard not to get depressed with this Disease but prayers and the right Doctor will get you feeling better and it will happen. Good luck and God Bless.