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  • Q&A with Australian Health Practitioners

    Does surgery cure crohn's disease?

    I have been living with crohns disease for 4 years now. Is there a procedure that can be performed surgically to help my condition?
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    Having gathered 28 years of private practice experience , Genevieve wants to assist people with practical changes to their food and lifestyle issues in order … View Profile

    Crohn's disease is an autoimmune condition.
    There is currently no ‘cure’ for this disease.
    The relevant health professionals in your team, including your GP, your gastroenterologist and a dietitian can help you to manage the onset of symptoms and the severity of each recurrence. It is important that you seek the advice of a dietitian who specialises in Gastrointestinal disorders to help you.
    Therefore surgery will not fix this disease and is used only as a last resort when the affected tissues pose a further risk to your health.

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