I just wondered if anyone knows if you can have crohn's disease without diarrhea or if anyone out there as been diagnosed with crohn's who presented with atypical symptoms. I am scheduled for a scope soon to investigate my ongoing pain. I have suffered from right lower quadrant pain/pressure and fatigue for seven months. I have had five "flare ups" consisting of increased RLQ pain, nausea, decreased appetite and fatigue. I have had ultrasounds and a CT scan to rule out appendicitis and pelvic issues.
Hi Sadie1980. Its not Crohns, with Crohns u will have constipation for days or weeks and then explosive diarihea,coupled with intense pain lower left quad and upper right. I'm not a Dr but have been dealing with Crohns for 25+ years, Good Luck on your scope finding what is going on in there, but rest assured it's not Crohns
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