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Crohn’s disease is an incurable gastrointestinal condition that can leave victims facing symptoms such as rectal bleeding, abdominal cramps, uncontrollable diarrhea, weight loss, and fevers. One of …

Crohn’s disease is an incurable gastrointestinal condition that can leave victims facing symptoms such as rectal bleeding, abdominal cramps, uncontrollable diarrhea, weight loss, and fevers. One of the leading causes of this painful condition is the use of Accutane, a drug prescribed for acne treatment. Read more: http://www.accutanelawsuitattorney.com/crohns-disease/

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  • 1. Crohn’s disease is an incurable gastrointestinal condition that can leave victims facing symptoms such as rectal bleeding, abdominal cramps, uncontrollable diarrhea, weight loss, and fevers.Page  2
  • 2. One of the leading causes of this painful condition is the use of Accutane, a drug prescribed for acne treatment.Page  3
  • 3. When the digestive system becomes irritated and inflamed from Crohn’s disease, people may experience symptoms such as: Painful abdominal cramps Uncontrollable diarrhea Rectal bleeding Fever Weight lossPage  4
  • 4. Crohn’s disease can seriously affect your health and well being. In addition to the primary symptoms, people suffering from the disease may experience serious health problems including the following:Page  5
  • 5. Anemia Malnutrition Arthritis Kidney stones Ulcers or fistulas in the digestive system Liver disease GallstonesPage  6
  • 6. If you have developed Crohn’s disease because of Accutane use, you may be eligible for financial compensation.Page  7
  • 7. It is important that you find out as much information as possible about your rights to get the support you need during recovery.Page  8
  • 8. To review some Crohn’s disease and Accutane facts, please visit this page: Crohn’s DiseasePage  9