Crohn Disease FAQs (cont.)
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Is it possible to lead a "normal" life with Crohn's disease?
If you mean will your life go back to the way it was before you had Crohn's disease, probably not. You will have to see your health care professional regularly, you will take potent medications, and you will probably have days when you don’t feel well enough to do things you need or want to do. Adjusting to all of these changes can be difficult. Just remember that you are not alone. More than 1 million people in the United States alone have Crohn's disease. There is a well-established network of information, advocacy, and support out there for you to tap into. Most people with Crohn's disease can lead a useful and otherwise normal life.
Medically Reviewed by a Doctor on 7/8/2013
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