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Replies to "@johnbishop Am so new here. Did you see my note above, by any chance."
I'm so glad you've joined Connect on behalf of your daughter – managing a chronic condition is a tough journey, but you don’t have to do it alone. I’d like to start by connecting you with other members who have experience with Crohn’s — either themselves or a family member. Please meet @bonitav @mswanda @kaycigirl @judylindholm @gillyk14 @thankful @spiderwebb @jay_baruch @guener @joannem @chicoco @gillyk14 @kaycigirl, @tracyann @1228angela @amyk811 @jkellyjones @lisa1965.
You can view their messages in these discussions:
– Crohn's disease https://connect.mayoclinic.org/discussion/crohns-disease-2ed085/
– Diagnosed with Crohn's but having weird symptoms https://connect.mayoclinic.org/discussion/diagnosed-with-crohns-but-having-weird-symptoms/
I'd also sincerely encourage you to view the Gastroenterology & GI Surgery Page on Connect, https://connect.mayoclinic.org/page/gastroenterology-and-gi-surgery/ where you will find many videos by Mayo Clinic experts, discussing IBD, recent news, medication and treatments.
Here are some that might be of interest to you:
Dr. Sunanda Kane, M.D., discusses the efficacy of anti-TNF agents for Crohn’s disease.
Dr. Edward Loftus, M.D., reviews a study in which researchers reported on the safety profile of vedolizumab (Entyvio)
Dr. Kenneth Schroeder M.D., talks about Endoscopic balloon dilatation (EBD) as a recognized treatment for symptomatic Crohn's strictures.
@katie215, what concerns does your daughter have about Systemic Anti TNF Therapy?
Hi @katie215 – I did see your note. Working from my phone right now and not too good at it. Will post Mayo contact info when I get back home. @kanaazpereira can you answer @katie215’s question?