The NHS says that the main symptoms of Crohn’s disease are diarrhoea, which may come on suddenly, and stomach aches and cramps – most often in the lower-right part of your tummy.
You may also notice blood in your poo, tiredness, and weight loss.You might not have all these symptoms, and some people with Crohn’s disease also have joint pains, a high temperature, or found that they are feeling and being sick.
You may also notice signs on your legs, eyes, and mouth.
These can include sore, red eyes, patches of painful, red and swollen skin – usually on the legs, and mouth ulcers.
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