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Pain, Fatigue no Loose Stools :-/

Kyle.h

Kyle
Hello :)

Does anyone get right lower pain, fatigue and urgency without loose stool's, am I flaring?

I'm 7 months post op and currently not on meds, booked in for colonoscopy 9th July! Can't wait to find out what's going on.
I've had a rough year, treated for suspected c diff 4 times and had a whole bunch of symptoms going on that now seem to be consistent with my previous Crohn's symptoms.

Thanks,
Kyle
 
I get occasional lower right pain, fatigue and joint pain but have never had loose stools. Sometimes it makes me feel a bit of Crohn's fraud!
My colonoscopy came back clear. I was diagnosed by capsule endoscopy. If scope is clear don't give up.

Del
 

Kyle.h

Kyle
Thanks Del. I've had loose stools in the past but they have gone and the pain has come along after.

I shall keep pushing on.
 
I'm 7 months post op and currently not on meds
This. You need to be on something even after surgery. Preferably immediately. Your immune system dysfunction doesn't just turn off bc of the operation. The recurrence of Crohn's is much lower in people treated with a biologic after surgery.
 

Kyle.h

Kyle
This. You need to be on something even after surgery. Preferably immediately. Your immune system dysfunction doesn't just turn off bc of the operation. The recurrence of Crohn's is much lower in people treated with a biologic after surgery.
Hi,

Thanks for getting back to me. Yes, this is what I thought. I find it a little strange that my specialist decided to stop all medication and have this wait period.

The only issue is I'm not in the UK at the moment and this has been a major issue as I haven't had access to my specialist since I left in January. It's been so hard.

Sad to say that I can't wait for my colonoscopy to find out what's going on. Not your typical 30 year old's thoughts. However, this is not your typical disease.
 
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