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Tips for Coping With Crohn's and IBD During the COVID-19 Pandemic

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For those who have IBD, as I do, living with this illness can be trying at times due to intestinal inflammation, abdominal pain, bleeding, medication side effects, as well as other symptoms such as skin rashes, joint pain, and arthritis.

Being stressed out and having anxiety can also play a part in our lives, as well as affect our symptoms. The COVID-19 pandemic has added more concerns for those who have Crohn’s or ulcerative colitis.

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