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Were you looking for information about Crohn's Disease Symptoms? Crones disease symptoms is a common misspelling of Crohn's disease symptoms.
 
Crohn's disease symptoms usually include abdominal (stomach) pain and chronic diarrhea. Several other symptoms are possible, however, depending on the severity of the disease and which part of the digestive tract is affected. Some people only have symptoms of Crohn's disease now and then, while others have symptoms on a regular basis. Symptoms may also go away for months or even years if the disease goes into remission -- but they usually return at some point. If this happens, the person may even need to be hospitalized during severe flare-ups. Some Crohn's disease warning signs you should report to your healthcare provider immediately include a fever, severe abdominal (stomach) pain, and feeling groggy and disoriented. If Crohn's disease symptoms go untreated, complications can arise, such as kidney stones, gallstones, and even a certain type of arthritis.
 
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