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Crohn’s disease is a chronic inflammatory bowel disease that can affect any part of the digestive tract. If you have Crohn’s, it means your immune system has misdirected its defense against substances in the body that are not harmful. There are many signs and symptoms of Crohn’s Disease. Here are 12 to watch out for:

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1) Abdominal pain or cramping

2) Anemia

3) Change in stool frequency

4) Fatigue or weakness

5) Fever with no other obvious cause (low-grade fever < 101 degrees Fahrenheit),

which may be due to inflammation from Crohn’s Disease as well as other conditions such as lung infections, urinary tract infections, or skin infections

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