Browsing: Crohn’s Disease

Welcome to disease section for crohn’s disease


Crohn’s disease is an autoimmune disorder that damages the digestive tract. Generally, this disease affects the small and large intestine regions of the digestive tract, resulting in ulcers or cracks in these regions. The medications used in the treatment of Crohn’s disease mainly include antibiotics, anti-inflammatory drugs, immunosuppressant drugs, anti-diarrheal drugs, etc. All these drugs are recommended to patients in appropriate dosages based on their symptoms.

Living with Crohn’s disease could mean that the patient has a proper understanding of the disease, its symptoms, flare-ups, treatment plans, and many more things that can help to manage the disease in an efficient way. Here are some ways that can help a person to live better with Crohn’s disease.

Rectal pain is the pain or discomfort which occurs in the lower portion of the gastrointestinal tract (GI). It can result from constipation, bout of muscle spasms, hemorrhoids or due to certain inflammatory bowel diseases or minor injuries in the rectum region or due to localized infections.