Crohn's disease: Condition that causes inflammation of the gastrointestinal tract
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I just switched from Remicade to Humira, treating my Crohns disease. Developing HFM was a very unexpected side effect. It developed 24 hours orator my first dose. I'm really miserable, can't do my job (caring for newborns) and wondering about others experiences...how long does it last? has anyone had the reaction to every dose? is there anything to put on it or take to reduce the pain and itching? any information and advice welcomed!! thank you..
They recovered from Crohns and surgery, still had cfs chronic fatigue for years, and now are told they have symptoms of dry macular degeneration. Could wheat proteins ATI (amylase trypsin inhibitors) help with their diet? http://medicalxpress.com/news/2016-10-links-protein-wheat-inflammation-chronic.html
I have endometriosis and am getting Lupron Depot injections as suprressive therapy. My IBS has now turned into inflammatory bowel disease. I am in constant pain and vomit frequently. My third injection was on 6/20. I had to go to the ER on 6/21 for nonstop vomiting and severe abdominal pain. I am bleeding very heavily since 6/27. CAN LUPRON DEPOT INJECTIONS CAUSE BOWEL DISEASE???
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Hi, my name is Mary, I am 53 yr old white female originally from midwest. I was diagnosed with Crohns disease at 20 yeears old. Fibromyalgia came along at about 50 years of age and then RA right after that! Right now all I do is survive day to day. I can't quit my job b/c my job provides the healthcare to my family. I have a very sedentary job but mentally exhausting. Difficult since I am never rested.
Have had high bp most of my adult life and take lisinopril. Have taken some "form" of mesalamine for over 20 years, but last year started Pentasa and my bp has really dropped w/diastolic in the 50's and 60's. Anyone else experience this w/Pentasa???
Hi All, My Name is David. I have been on entyvio since nov 1st 2016. I have had 5 infusions to date. Just after christmas I woke up screaming in the middle of the night as if i had been stabbed in the right rib cage. specifically four inches to the right of the tip of my sternum. as well as burning searing white hot pain in right quadrant and across belly. I have all of the symptoms of Chronic pancreatitis. I respond well to creon. The pain is so severe I cannot stand up, i am screaming!! Eventually i cannot breathe bacause i cannot inflate my lungs to full capacity at the pains peak, it hurts more. so i am forced into a rapid shallow breath pattern. thats when i go to the er. apparently you pass out after that and wake up to repeat the process. I also have had a terrible wet mucous cough the same time as the pain(6 months straight) My gi wants to take me off Entyvio, to see if pancreatitis subsides. I begged for an EUS scan he refused. He has no contingency biologic waiting in the wings for me. I am unemployed and I must be approved with the assistance program, this takes a month sometimes. Does this sound familiar to any of you? I reached remission after fourth infusion. Please help me. I need advice on what to do. I am on 34 mg of dilaudid every day in pain management. thats is how severe the pain is.
I took Levitiracetam for 4 years. 18 months of the end of that time I spend weaning myself from the drug. I was diagnosed with epilepsy. My test did not affirm that diagnosis. I lAter was diagnosed with Bradycardia. Placed a pacemaker to regulate heart. No partial seizures ? Was diagnosed during placement with pacemaker with interstitial lung desease. During Hiatal Hernia repair lung desease was reaffirmed. MRI , later affirmed findings of diveticulites and inflamatory Bowel desease.
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