Ive been suffering with my stomach all my life, from chronic constipation, to appendicitis, to a bleed in my stomach. For the past 3 years, I've been suffering with chronic stomach pains which have hospitalised me for days, sometimes weeks at a time. Im usually put on morphine etc because the pain is that excruciating. After doing a still sample for the hospital, they said my feacal calprotectin levels were that high, i had crowns disease, it couldn't of been nothing else. Then when admitted to hospital 2 weeks later, my specialist said it wasn't chrins its ins. I frequently have blood in my stools, pains in my stomach and I'm constantly tired/drained. From when I've spoke to other people i know with ins, they said theres is never as bad as mine. I was just wondering what everyone else thinks? Its affecting my life a lot as the pains prevent me from joining in with activities. Im 21 years old and in my final semester of uni, so its beginning to become a massive problem for me. Any advice?
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