Is joint swelling and joint pain associated with crohns disease?
Yes. Crohns disease, in simple terms, is an issue with inflammation which triggers pain and swelling. It mainly causes digestive tract issues, but it's very common for the inflammation to effect joints and other muscles, often leading to early arthritis.
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