There are many medications for Crohn's disease and IBD. There are pills, IV infusions, self-injections, and shots and mechanisms for disease management. IV infusions are usually done in a hospital, while injections can be administered at a medical facility or at home. Whether given by yourself or with a nurse or family member, there are a few things to know about a subcutaneous injection. If you are beginning self-injections, you and your care team will receive training. Pay attention to what the nurses are saying and doing when you are being trained.