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The following Conditions are related to Crohn\'s disease

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  • Excessive gas

    Excess upper intestinal gas (excessive gas) may result from swallowing more than a usual amount of air, overeating, smoking, or chewing gum. Excess lower intestinal gas, on the other hand, can be caused by eating too much of certain foods, inability to digest certain foods fully, or disruption in the bacteria normally found in the colon.Risk factors of getting excessive gas include:Eating foods that cau  Read More

  • Intestinal gas (belching, bloating, flatulence)

    We all have gas in our intestinal tracts, yet it's a subject that people frequently avoid talking about.Symptoms of intestinal gas (belching, bloating, flatulence) include:Belching, stomach pains, flatulence, and a bloated or full feeling are all symptoms that gas can cause (gas).The majority of the time, these symptoms are transient and disappear as soon as the gas is vomited out or belche  Read More

  • Intussusception

    Intussusception is frequently treated as a medical emergency. To avoid serious dehydration, shock, and infection that can happen when a section of the intestine dies due to a lack of blood, immediate medical attention is necessary.There are several possible treatments for intussusception:An air enema or water-soluble contrast: This is both a diagnostic and therapeutic process. In most cases, additional  Read More