abdominal pain, and
constipation with some diarrhea are unusual symptoms of
Common symptoms of Crohn's disease include abdominal pain,
diarrhea, and weight loss. Less common symptoms include poor appetite, fever, night sweats, rectal pain, and rectal bleeding.
Some patients with Crohn's disease also develop symptoms outside of the gastrointestinal tract; these symptoms include arthritis, skin rash, and inflammation of the iris of the eye. Furthermore, patients with Crohn's disease also can develop symptoms related to
small bowel bacterial overgrowth. These symptoms include excess gas, abdominal bloating, and sometimes worsening of diarrhea.
If your daughter is not responding to the medications prescribed by her doctor, it is important to let the doctor know, so that efforts can continue to arrive at a firm diagnosis and plan of treatment.
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Archived: March 20, 2014
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