just spent 2 lovely days in the hospital. as usual the cramping i have had on and off for 7 years sent me there. it was sudden onset and not really painful just like having a baby without the baby in the end. i was told years ago i had crohns. but the doctor i had this visit said the ct i had doesnt show wall thickening, i had a massive infection (white cell count was 22,000 versus a normal persons 6,000) i have never had any bleeding or lesions in my mouth as he looked for. he is telling me i have something else and told me to go home and do my homework and get records from my drs that say i was diagnosed crohns. he told me he would be surprised if i actually have the disease. so now i am confused. what the heck is wrong with me. i appreciate anyones ideas or comments.View Thread
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