Crohn’s disease: “mouth ulcers, blisters, fatigue, nausea – my symptoms were so gradual that nausea became normal”

Looking back, Amy Kelly can see that she had symptoms of IBD for years before being diagnosed with Crohn’s disease at the age of 27. Probably since she was a teenager, she thinks. The now 30-year-old describes suffering from a condition called urticaria in secondary school, “which I later found out was probably related to my Crohn’s disease because it’s an autoimmune disease.”

The 26-year-old got blisters on her eyes, for which she received drops from her family doctor. Next came severe ulcers in her mouth. It didn’t seem to be a concern at the time, Amy recalls. She attributed this to exhaustion in the winter months, starting a new job and the stress of switching careers in late 2018.

https://www.independent.ie/life/health-wellbeing/health-features/crohns-disease-mouth-ulcers-blisters-fatigue-nausea-my-symptoms-were-so-gradual-being-sick-became-the-norm-42071376.html Crohn’s disease: “mouth ulcers, blisters, fatigue, nausea – my symptoms were so gradual that nausea became normal”

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