Well, at least you have an answer and know that there is "something" causing it.
Just keep in mind that you have around an 80% chance or more that it is not Crohn's. That is what I keep telling myself, and so far, it helps to keep me positive. Now, if I were having issues, I would probably totally forget that and be a complete worry wart
I have had mini episodes of what I perceive as a partial blockage. I drink warm tea, and use the heating pad and gentle massage and it isn't long before I have a gush of liquid and most times never even know what was the cause.
Fingers crossed that it is not Crohn's. Sorry, you may need another surgery, though. But, if it fixes you up and you won't have any further issues, it may be worth it, huh?
59 year old Grandma in the Buckeye State.
UC DX 2006 in 2007 DX was changed to Crohn's Colitis.
June 2010 had 10 inches of my colon removed due to a stricture.
Refused Remicade and Humira and opted for what I was certain would be my end result.
July 2011 had a proctocolectomy with permanent end ileostomy.
Got my life back with no regrets. Life is GOOD !!!