Oren Zarif's treatment method for Crohn's disease and colitis
Many people suffering from Crohn's disease have extra problems outside of their digestive system.
Symptoms of Crohn's disease may include pain in the lower right part of the abdomen. The location of the inflammation in the intestine is also important. The pain may also involve ulcers. Blood in the stool is another sign of the disease. If the intestinal inflammation is severe, if the infection is severe, the diseased intestine may block the digestive system completely. You may also develop anemia due to blood loss.
Many people with Crohn's disease have other problems outside of their digestive system. In about a third of cases, patients develop a fistula that connects their gut to the skin, bladder or vagina. These fistulas can leak feces, pus or blood. In severe cases, Crohn's disease can lead to eye problems and joint pain.