Crohn’s Disease: Warren Bishop, MD, Pediatric Gastroenterologist

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Crohn’s Disease: Warren Bishop, MD, Pediatric Gastroenterologist

Dr. Warren Bishop speaks about treating Lottie Staggs for Crohn’s Disease at University of Iowa Children’s Hospital. For more information, call 1-800-777-4442 or visit
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Question by Jenny: What pain meds can you take to help control the pain from Crohn’s Disease?
I have a really bad achy to sharp pain in my lower right side from my Crohn’s Disease and I am taking Tramadol and/or Vicodin as needed. Tylenol does not help at all whatsoever and I don’t want to become dependent on controlled drugs.

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Answer by Billie77
I use a medication called Sertal,When necessary, it’s composed of hydrochlorate 10 mg, Clonixinato 125 mg. I give the medical break down because I am in another country and its probably called something different where you are. This really stops the pain from the spasms.

Double coated peppermint oil capsules can really help with the pain.

I find the biggest help is change of diet. Since I have changed my way of a eating I no longer suffer with the extreme pain In the intestines. I’ve enclosed to link to a website that gives very detailed information on how to eat. It talks about irritable bowel syndrome, but it relates to Crohns disease as well. Study the different pages on this website by think you will learn a great deal.

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