Is Crohn's disease inflammation related at all to diet?

Probably Not. Specific foods make you feel worse or cause more symptoms, however it should not increase the degree of inflammation.
Most likely, no. Eating certain foods might trigger more symptoms in patient's with active crohn's disease, but foods have not yet been shown to cause crohn's disease.

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Can you tell me where does Crohn's disease inflammation occur?

GI tract plus. Crohn's disease can occur anywhere in the gastrointestinal tract, but is most commonly found in the last part of the small intestine, and in the large intestine. Inflammation related to cd can also occur outside the GI tract in other tissues, such as joints, skin and eyes.

What does chronic inflammation mean with Crohn's colit8s?

Crohn's Disease. If you have crohn's disease, it is a chronic illness. It means that you will likely have this disease throughout your life. Needs to see a physician to help you treating it.

Not long ago diagnosed with colitis/ colon inflammation, could uc or Crohn's flares last a month or longer?

UC/Crohn's. Ulcerative colitis and Crohn's disease are inflammatory diseases which tend to be chronic. Certainly the flares can last for a month or longer, but we do have good medicines these days to get them under control. To treat this you need a gastroenterologist who treats these diseases regularly. It is important to follow their advice closely. Good luck.

Crohn's but take no medication. Also inflamed nostrils. Hard 2 breathe. Antihistamine does not help. Can Crohn's cause inflammation of the nostrils?

No, but. You need to see your doctor, or any doctor, and you need to take medicications. Inflammation of the nostrils can be due to a viral disease, Crohn's is an auto immune disease, which affects your immune system and you can be prone to infection, so you need to see your primary doctor now, and follow up with gastroenterologist later, good luck.

What would cause severe reactions (fatigue, inflammation)to many foods when you do not have any antibodies against any foods? Mastocytosis? Crohn's?

Celiac disease? Good morning: many patients mean different scenario when they say reaction. If it is general discomfort it may or may not be due to allergy. For nonspecific symptoms we need to rule out celiac disease. There are different antibodies; ige related to allergy and igg related to inflammation. There are tests to make a diagnosis ordered by a physician. Avoiding gluten may be worth a try.