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What It's Like to Experience a GI Blockage as a Crohn’s Patient

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As a person with Crohn’s disease, one of the things I absolutely dread is having a blockage in my small intestines or on the right side near the stoma.

It’s extremely painful, and it makes me very tired due to the spasms in the lower right quadrant. The worst part is when nothing is coming out of my appliance for three hours or more and there is “contraction” pain that continues for a long time.

There are two types of blockages. A stricture or stenosis is a narrowing of the intestinal tract that can occur as the cycle of inflammation and scarring continues.

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