You said no IBD in the family, but what about
other autoimmune diseases - plaque psoriasis, rheumatoid arthritis, lupus, celiac, etc.? Any of those in the family?
As I posted in the UC thread, this doesn't sound like UC, which nearly always has blood and/or diarrhea and/or urgency in it symptoms.
Crohn's can be more insidious, with subtle symptoms like you describe (fatigue, low fevers, weight loss or lack of growth, anemia, etc), and very little obvious GI symptoms - although I'd say *most* of the time, people with Crohn's do have obvious GI symptoms at some point, just not all the time and not necessarily early on.
You've done the appropriate blood tests and stool tests, and they indicate something is happening. You've ruled out the first possibilities: medication reaction, celiac.
The next step will be to go over this with the GI, and at that point, I'd be shocked if the GI doesn't order a colonoscopy - and possibly an upper endoscopy at the same time.
Then, depending on those results, an MRI or CT scan of the small intestine would be next, if needed (because the colonoscopy and upper endoscopy still can't see the 15 or 20 feet of small intestine that can be affected by Crohn's).
Let us know how the GI appointment goes and what tests are suggested to do next.
Post Edited (beave) : 3/11/2019 6:14:08 PM (GMT-6)