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Welcome to the Irishhealth.com Crohn’s disease and Colitis Clinic. Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis are often referred to as Inflammatory Bowel Diseases (IBD) and affect around 15,000 people in Ireland. This clinic is dedicated to providing up-to-date information and resources to assist in understanding and living with these conditions.

Whether you are newly diagnosed or managing crohn's on an ongoing basis, you will find lots of useful information, including articles on signs and symptoms, the course and complications of the disease as well as information on colitis. There are also in-depth pieces on lifestyle management, stress, exercise, pregnancy, employment, medications, surgical options and travel as well as emotional and sexual factors in Crohn's disease.

The Clinic also provides useful tools – including a personalised 'My Weight Tracker' tool, downloadable resources and links to other websites such as the ISCC. We also have a superb online video Q&A on all aspects of Crohn's disease and colitis with Prof. Colm O'Morain.

Finally, why not fill out the new and updated questionnaire helping us to tailor this website to suit your needs!

It appears this is your first time to visit the Crohn's Clinic. Would you mind spending a few moments to take part in the Crohn's Clinic Questionnaire ?

Click here to begin the Questionnaire now or it is available any time in the menu on the left.

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