hi my 8yr old daughter, has had bowel problems from the age of 3, she has severe tummy pain at the minute and has been burping for 2 days now they smell like rotten eggs, her older brother has recently been diagnosed with crohns disease, do u think that my daughter may also have crohns? my heart is breaking for her i hate to see her in so much pain and asking to see a doctor, where normally she wont go near a dr, plz help asap
hi there..im so sorry to hear what your going through...my daughter had hirshbrungs disease in the bowel and altho i dont think its this..i just wanted to say your not alone and wish you all the very best ...keep strong from one mum to another x
My 17 yr old daughter has Crohns. No family history, She had a lot of issues, post belly wise. I would definitely not wait. Might be something easily rectified, but better to be safe then sorry.
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