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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.
Her symptoms have continued with random flare ups of severe abdominal pain, diahorrea, vomiting, lethargy, and mouth ulcers. She has been hospitalised twice with pain.
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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