Several different medications, as well as surgical treatments, may help reduce Crohn’s disease symptoms.

Surgery, medications, and alternative therapies all help alleviate Crohn's symptoms.
Surgery, medications, and alternative therapies all help alleviate Crohn’s symptoms.
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There’s no cure for Crohn’s disease, but there are several therapies available to help manage symptoms.

Most people with Crohn’s disease can lead a fairly normal life with treatment.

The treatments your doctor recommends will depend on the severity and type of symptoms you’re experiencing, as well as what parts of your digestive tract are affected.

The two main types of treatment for Crohn’s disease are medication and surgery.

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