A 20-year-old female asked:
Every day i get more sad and depressed from my crohnic pain. at 20 i hate dealing with it i cry most nights and want my body to stop hurting and heal?
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Clinical Psychology 14 years experience
Depression is common: Depression is a common occurrence with chronic pain. There are some therapies that can help you learn to manage the pain and reduce your depressive symptoms. Finding a good psychologist is an important step to doing so. Your physician likely has a psychologist that he/she works with in cases like this.
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