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Know about Crohn's disease, especially women.

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This article will give you more information about what is meant by Crohn's disease, its symptoms and how to assist someone living with Crohn's disease.

Both man and women can get Crohn's disease but the symptoms are more unique and different for women.

Let first know what is meant by Crohn's disease.

This is a disease that can affect any part of your gastrointestinal tract and mostly affect the small intestine at the end.

There are two main types of inflammatory bowel disease which include Crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis.

Here are the symptoms of this Crohn's disease that affects men and women;

1. Diarrhoea

2. Rectal bleeding

3. Abdominal pain

4. Constipation

5. excessive gas

6. Ulcers

7. Loss of weight

8. Loss of Appetite

Let again look at some of the other symptoms that applied to women;

1. Irregular and painful period

2. Anemia

3. Osteoporosis

4. Low fertility

5. Painful sex

Note that Crohn's disease has no cure but rather can be treated.

These are some of the ways of treating Crohn's diseases:

1. Medications

2. Surgery

3. Bowel rest.

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