Diarrhoea – sometimes mixed with blood, mucus and pus can be a symptom of Crohn’s disease.
Cramping pain in the abdomen – which are can be very severe and often occur before going to the toilet – can also be an indicator of the condition. The cramps can also get worse after eating.
Fatigue and fever
Feeling tired could be caused by Crohn’s disease or from anaemia – which is caused by a lack of red blood cells. Others might feel generally unwell and feverish.
While the reason for most mouth ulcers is unknown, they could indicate an underlying medical condition such as Crohn’s disease.
Loss of appetite and weight loss