is Crohn’s disease difficult to get pregnant? …
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Crohn's disease is a chronic inflammation of the lining of the digestive tract (it can start from the mouth, esophagus, stomach, small intestine, large intestine, anus). In Crohn's disease, sufferers will experience stomach pain, mouth sores, diarrhea with mucus and blood, weight loss, weakness, etc. These symptoms may disappear and appear for a long time.
Crohns disease can cause several complications, such as anemia / deficiency of red blood cells (due to continuous inflammation and bleeding or because nutrients are not properly absorbed), malnutrition (lack of nutrients), blockage of the digestive tract, etc. So far, there has been no evidence from medical references regarding Crohns disease causing infertility / infertility. So, the chances of sufferers of Crohns disease to get pregnant are still the same as those without Crohns disease.
If a person with Crohns disease planning a pregnancy, you should first talk to the treating doctor and obstetrician. Several conditions must be met when a Crohns sufferer wants to become pregnant:
1. Must be attack free for 3-6 months and do not take corticosteroids. Consult about drugs that should and may be taken during pregnancy or planning a pregnancy.
2. Consume nutritious foods and drinks, especially those rich in folic acid and vitamins, for example broccoli, nuts, spinach, citrus, etc.
The causes of difficulty getting pregnant can vary, from the side of women and men. Read the article "how to get pregnant quickly" for more complete information about tips and tricks to get pregnant quickly.
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