This content is provided as a service of the national institute of diabetes and digestive and kidney diseases niddk part of the national institutes of health the niddk translates and disseminates research findings through its clearinghouses and education programs to increase knowledge and understanding about health and disease among patients health professionals and the public. Researchers here at the centre for digestive diseases have been instrumental in revealing this possibility and remain at the frontline of international research in this area symptoms the most common symptoms associated with crohns disease include abdominal pain often in the right iliac fossa and diarrhoea. Crohns disease is a chronic disease that causes inflammation and irritation in your digestive tractmost commonly crohns affects your small intestine and the beginning of your large intestinehowever the disease can affect any part of your digestive tract from your mouth to your anuslearn more about your digestive system and how it works. Crohns disease can occur at any age but youre likely to develop the condition when youre young most people who develop crohns disease are diagnosed before theyre around 30 years old ethnicity although crohns disease can affect any ethnic group whites have the highest risk including people of eastern european ashkenazi jewish descent. Research findings are changing the understanding of what causes crohns disease and how to treat it learn about the future of crohns disease care
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