I have been hypothyroid since I was 16 or so. I have had many problems with my stomach and have had a lower scan done about 4 years ago which showed that I have "pre-Crohn's", IBD, and colon polyps. I have spells of constipation (due to the thyroid) and diarrhea. I will have wake up in the middle of the night about to pass out becasue I have to go to the bathroom so bad. I have come close to blacking out many times. When I get diarrhea I wil go 4-7 times for several days. I am in pain, I have something that spasms on my right side. My question is is it possible for me to gave Crohns and not show the sign of weight lose. I do not have my thyroid under control which could be hiding it. I have had many family member with this disease. Can some one give me any suggestions to my problem!!!
thanks girl in pain!!!
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