7 Myths and Facts About Crohn’s Treatment



Myth. You’ll need to speak to your doctor and obstetrician about the medications you’re taking, since some may not  be safe in the first two trimesters. It’s important that you remain as well as possible during your pregnancy to prevent any complications, so this means taking medication to keep flares at bay.

A study found that pregnant women with inflammatory bowel diseases often had nutritional deficiencies. Read more here. 


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