A 28-year-old male asked:
First doctor said no uc, probably not crohn's. 2nd opinion said 70% i do have crohn's 30% i don't. why can't i get a diagnosis? brought pathology report. chronic action colitis w/ acute crptitis and crypt abscesses. 3rd opinion?ibd blood test negati?
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Dr. Gurmukh Singhanswered
Pathology 51 years experience
Regret inaccuracy: Your concern is understandable. Please note that some times it is not feasible to arrive at a definitive diagnosis in early stages of the illness. The good side to this circumstance is that you do not have severe disease. It would be prudent to pick one gastroentrologist and follow her/his advice as you need a consistent follow-up care. Wish you good health!
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