If you have Crohn’s disease, chances are you have suffered severe weight loss among other things. I found myself with joint pain, skin problems, a basic inability to eat in some ways. It wasn’t fun when they were trying to figure it out, and basically they did a great number of tests, every time missing the problems in there which are apparently extremely easy to miss in some ways. However, at that time, I found that it was not fun, and frankly it took them their sweet time to figure it out, partly because they were diagnosing the stomach pain, arthritis, and skin problems as 3 different things.
That being said, one of the best ways I found to reduce it and otherwise deal with it in the long run was using a good detox. It didn’t completely eliminate it, I didn’t think it would. But while I was using medications and all that, I started it right before when we really figured it out, and it made such a significant difference, not to mention eliminating some pounds of toxic buildup. It really made me feel better, look better, and the weight loss was in a far better way than it was when I was really dealing with the height of Crohn’s. So it’s not really a bad thing.