Nausea and Vomiting with Crohn’s Disease and IBD

Nausea and Vomiting with Crohn’s Disease and IBD
Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis symptoms and treatment side effects lead to larger problems, such as nausea and vomiting. With IBD, nausea and vomiting are not uncommon, but they can become problematic if not addressed as part of disease management. I’ve had issues for years with vomiting, dropping weight, and losing essential nutrients, and it is

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One comment

  1. michael says:

    I have experienced stomach pains the runs and projectile vomiting

    for many years around 35 years. When the ailment started I was told it was irritable bowel syndrome after having an end scope down my throat into my stomach.

    I have suffered stomach cramps sickness and the runs flatulence
    feeling I had the flu and general malaise and painful legs a lot of the time. I put this down to my forthcoming heart attack and bypass surgery. But still the above continued few years later I developed Diabetes type 2. My bowels worsened and the pain has increased I have today been diagnosed with croans discease.
    Is it has taken many tests to come to this conclusion is it possible to suffer croans without treatment for at least 30 years without treatment?

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