I got Crohn's 11 years ago. I got it from taking doctor prescribed Tamiflu when I didn't have the flu, (although, no doctor will ever agree to it.) I had IBS and went a doctor and he gave me Tamiflu. I took it and my colon bled. Coinsidence, I don't think so. Anyway, after going to a GI doc in Lynchburg, VA, where I lived, and taking several tests, including colonoscopy and taking several different meds, the ones I remember were flagyl, Prednisone, Ascercol, and several others, along with several different natural meds., nothings worked. It wasn't until I went to a doctor when I was visiting family in Maryland for Christmas. This GI doc did an emergency colonoscopy and diagnosed me with 6 months untreated Crohn's. He put me on Remicade and my colon finally stopped bleeding (approx. one year after onset) Remicade worked for 10 years. Then I moved to VA Beach and went to new doctor, and he did all tests again, including another colonoscopy. He kept me on Remicade, then said that it wasn't working any more and now have been on CIMZIA for 1 1/2 years. It doesn't seem like it's working anymore. The main symptoms that I have is excrutiating pain. I haven't had the bazillion trips to the bathroom since 11 years ago. Now my doctor wants me to have another Colonoscopy before he will stop CIMZIA, even though I haven't been in remission at all since I started it. I'm considering moving back to Maryland so I can have the insurance that the doc in Maryland takes and let him do the Colonoscopy, not the one in VA Beach. Is it worth moving again, when I just moved in Sept.? I don't know, but it seems like all my doc. says now is it's Crohn's with IBS. I'm so frustrated, I just want the pain to stop and now I'm really nauseous too.