Just curious if anyone in this forum has had a biopsy done that was indeterminate of either Crohn's or UC but their doctor diagnosed them with Crohn's? I recently transferred from pediatric to adult care (didn't have another flare until I was 19 so I didn't switch right away) and my current GI doctor was wondering why my peds doctor diagnosed me with Crohn's when I was showing more symptoms of UC and my inflammation was only in my colon. My peds doctor always said that it looks like Crohn's even though my biopsies were always indeterminate, and my last colonoscopy was also indeterminate and my now my new GI doctor said it looks like Crohn's too haha. Anyone else?
Hannah, 20 y/o college student
Crohn's - dx'd 2013 (biopsy indeterminate, but looks like Crohn's)
-1st flare was orig. diagnosis in Sept. 2013
-2nd flare in middle of 2017, currently working toward remission
-currently on 100mg of 6MP, tapering off 40mg of pred [30mg], vit D, iron, probiotic, & Zyrtec daily. Miralax, omeprazole, zofran as needed
-tried Azo, Apriso, Canasa