Yes. Abdominal pain, ausea, vomiting, fever, diarrhea, change in bowels, blood in stool.
35 yo female, history of c5-6 acdf in 2006. Similar symptoms for the past 2 months. Gabapentin and muscle relaxers don't help much, can't take nsaids (crohn's disease).?
There is a risk of. Developing adjacent segment or level disease like a disc herniation ', spinal stenosis or degenerative instability which may require further surgery. The rate varies depending on if you smoke, your age, what the adjacent levels were like to begin with & fusion you had. Overall, this could be a 5-25% risk. Treatment can be other meds like cymbalta, (duloxetine) pt, traction, injections and soft collar.
Adjacent level. Anterior cervical decompression and fusion is a very effective surgical procedure for nec, shoulder and arm pain. If surgery helps and after a period of time similar symptoms develop an descent disc level may be the culprit.
Pain, cramps, diarrh. Abdominal pain, cramps, often diarrhea, maybe fever, weight loss, joint pains, skin rash, eye problems/inflammation, others. Autoimmune disease- cousin of others like ulcerative colitis, rheumatoid arthitis, etc. Your md can do evaluation if indicated.
Many possibilities. There are many potential symptoms: weight loss, diarrhea, abdominal pain, vomiting, iron deficiency, fatigue, blood in the stool, arthritis, fever. Any of these could be symptoms. Its a tricky disease unfortunately.
Symptoms. Include abdominal pain, weight loss, unexplained fevers, diarrhea, sometimes blood in the stool, loss of appetite, etc. But you may have one, all, or none of these symptoms and still have Crohn's.
Crohn's Disease. The GI tract's response to disease is limited to just a few symptoms, regardless of underling pathology--nausea/vomiting, bloating/fullness, pain, constipation/diarrhea. Loss of weight, tenderness, fever, bloody diarrhea however raise concern for inflammation of any cause, of which crohn's disease is one. Crohn's can however involve any part of the GI tract--from mouth to anus. Get checked if? 's.
Variable. Symptoms can include abdominal crampy pain, diarhea 8-12 times per day, blood in stool, loss of appetite, weight loss, fatigue, inflammatory process near anus among others. If suspicious see either a colorectal surgeon or gastroenterologist for an evaluation and opinion.
Multiple. Abdominal pain, cramps, diarrhea, blood in stool, weight loss, fever. Other symptoms depend on complications such as formation of fistulae, intestinal obstruction, nutritional deficiencies and chronic inflammation.
Varies. But most commonly it is abdominal pain with diarrhea that may or may not be bloody. Weight loss is common. Patients may have anemia or iron deficiency. Extra intestinal sx include joint and eye pain.
Usually. Abdominal pain plus a red flag: weight loss, unexplained fever, diarrhea, blood in the stool. But sometimes all or none of these. Kids may have trouble growing for instance.
The symptoms of Crohn's disease include: Abdominal mass, Abdominal pain, Fatigue, Blood in stool, Bowel obstruction, Diarrhea, Fever, Tender abdomen, Left lower abdominal pain, Unintentional weight loss, Mucus in stool.
CD symptoms. Common symptoms and signs of crohn's disease include persistent abdominal pain, cramping and diarrhea, sometimes with blood or mucus. Other commonly associated symptoms include fever, weight loss, decreased appetite, night sweats, fatigue and arthritis.
Diarrhea. Crohn's usually presents with frequent diarrhea (often bloody), abdominal pain, weight loss, malnutrition, & skin rashes. It is important to see a doctor, who will do a colonoscopy to diagnose crohns and come up with a treatment plan. There are also a few blood tests to take to confirm and exclude from ulcerative colitis.
Diarrhea. Crohn's usually presents with frequent diarrhea (often bloody), abdominal pain, weight loss, malnutrition, & skin rashes. It is important to see a doctor, who will do a colonoscopy to diagnose crohns and come up with a treatment plan.
Wide array of symtom. Crohn's can occur anywhere in the GI tract from one end to the other. Because of this the symptoms vary widely. The most common sites are the small intestine and colon. Because of the crohn's will commonly present with abdominal pain, cramping and diarrhea. Of course many other things cause this as well. If symptoms like this persist they should be evaluated by your physician.
Pain, diarrhea. The most common symptoms include abdominal pain, diarrhea and rectal bleeding. Other common symptoms include nausea, rectal mucus, and rectal spasm (tenesmus). I recommend evaluation by a gastroenterologist if you are experiencing any of these symptoms.
Varied. But most commonly it is abdominal pain with diarrhea that may or may not be bloody. Weight loss is common. Patients may have anemia or iron deficiency. Extra intestinal sx include joint and eye pain.
Crohn's symptom. There are many. Here is a video summary with pictures of various problem seen with crohn's disease. <a href="http://www. Laendo. Net/english/inflammatory-bowel-disease-88079022" rel="nofollow" target="_blank">http://www. Laendo. Net/english/inflammatory-bowel-disease-88079022</a>.