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Kish0818

825d

What meds/habits do you find help you keep your Crohn’s in remission?

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    • LeeoftheSea

      814d

      The single most important thing I’ve done to manage my Crohns is to learn better emotional maintenance skills. Learning DBT via a workbook I purchased online made the most impact. Yoga and meditation too. These won’t do it alone, still need the right meds.

    • LeeoftheSea

      814d

      The single most important thing I’ve done to manage my Crohns is to learn better emotional maintenance skills. Learning DBT via a workbook I purchased online made the most impact. Yoga and meditation too. These won’t do it alone, still need the right meds.

    • Cam4767

      818d

      Been on Remicade since 2011 and it has truly been my miracle drug. I was in such bad shape then but now I have significant periods of time when I feel like I don’t even have Crohn’s. And when I do feel a flare I can generally trace it back to eating things I know I shouldn’t (lots of sugar, fibrous foods, etc). Anxiety also flares my symptoms so keeping that in check helps me too.

    • PBandJ

      824d

      I feel like there are things you can do to help keep you in remission such as diet changes but I’ve always had flare ups about once a year no matter what, so I’m curious about this as well.

    • ChronieGirl

      824d

      When you figure it out let me know. I've had crohn's since a young girl and have had 2 surgeries and just can't seem to keep it under control. I even changed my diet to an autoimmune diet

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