About Me: Female, St Catharines, ON, member since Apr 2008
I have had crohn's disease for almost 15 years now. It took over a year to find out what was wrong with me with me. I have three children and I have a flare up off and on all the time. I have had two surgeries so far and I got all my symptoms back after two months af
[More]ter my surgery. I have three children and had them in between flare ups. I am having alot of trouble again. My doctor is clueless on whatelse to do for me since medications don't seem to work at all. If things don't change I will have to see another doctor.
Hope you feel better soon! Waving ~~~. I am sure you may be uncomfortable now. I am thinking of you, and do hope your up and about soon. write when your up to it. Enjoy Thanxgiving as best you can. I am unsure if you all celebrate it up there in Canada. Sending you peace and prayers.:)
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