Presentation on theme: "Crohn’s Disease Things you need to know By Samuel Robertson."— Presentation transcript:
1 Crohn’s DiseaseThings you need to knowBy Samuel Robertson
2 What is Crohn’s Disease? Crohn’s Disease is an inflammatory bowls disease that affects your stomach’s digestive system and can lead to diarrhea and severe stomach pains.
3 How do I get Crohn’s Disease? Crohn’s Disease is a genetic disease and can be inherited. People with a history of Crohn’s Disease in their family have a better chance of getting it. The genes to inherit Crohn’s Disease has to do with over 25 different genes.
4 What are the Symptoms of Crohn’s Disease? Some symptoms of Crohn’s Disease areAbdominal PainsDiarrheaFever
5 How are we able to detect Crohn’s Disease There are different ways to detect Crohn’s Disease but the best is a colonoscopy. A colonoscopy allows a camera to go to colon and identify if the disease is present.
6 How does Crohn’s Disease affect my life? Is it Fatal? Crohn’s Disease is not a fatal disease. If you have Crohn’s Disease you might have to change your life a little. You would have to exercise regularly and maybe have to go on a diet but these are optional. They would help a lot if you do follow them though.
7 Are there any cures to Crohn’s Disease? Not right now there aren’t any. But there are plenty of remedies and treatments for it though. To help symptoms there are plenty of things at home you can do like dieting, eating 6 small meals instead of 3 big ones, and limiting dairy products.RemediesAnd CuresForCrohn’sDisease
8 5 other interesting facts on Crohn’s Disease Some books have been published with remedies and treatments but pharmacies are taking them away so then they could make money from selling antibiotics.The chance of dying from Crohn’s Disease is less than one percentCrohn’s disease is not contagious it must be inheritedEating certain foods does not cause Crohn’s DiseaseThe age where Crohn’s Disease shows symptoms is usually around 15-35
9 Here is a short video on Crohn’s Disease disease_video.aspx
Your consent to our cookies if you continue to use this website.