What is Crohn’s Disease?
Crohn’s disease is most commonly diagnosed in adolescents or young adults, but it can strike at any age (even in children). Tough to diagnosis and often mistaken for other illnesses, Crohn’s disease can cause diarrhea, gut pain, and even skin, joint, and eye problems. Read more about how you can get Crohn’s disease under control with medication and lifestyle changes.
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