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My 13 year old daughter has had an endoscopy & colonoscopy last year and we were told she didn't have Crohns.
A calprotectin stool sample test was done recently and the level has come back at 132 - which my gp says is abnormally high. Could this indicate Crohns or because of previous test results is that not possible ??
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