I can relate to that. I too started my journey with depression while my life was going VERY well. It was a mystery to me. For me, what I didn't realize was that I was in the beginning of a chronic illness which causes chronic fatigue. Looking back, I think that the depression just got diagnosed before the other illnesses.
I hope your crohn's stay in remission!! Can you get involved in some physical activity . . . sometimes that helps . . but I wouldn't wait too long to get some help from your doctor. The downward spiral of depression makes it harder and harder to reach out. I wouldn't want to see this turn into a trigger to wake up your crohn's either.
Keep us posted!
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