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You can live with Kron, only carefully. I was diagnosed at the hospital when I was brought in with suspected appendicitis. There were pains in the right side, extending to the entire abdomen, constant bloating, constipation. In general, I was operated on and prescribed a course of Salofalk for life. Periodically, you need to take tests and visit a gastroenterologist. It is important to follow proper nutrition, otherwise, you can provoke an exacerbation.
If you forget about treatment, you can end up on the operating table again. I almost got there. Now I am in an exacerbation stage and I drink large doses of the drug. I work normally, the main thing is always to have access to the toilet and food.