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    Dee5246 posted:
    My sister 49 has crohns.she was on humra pen for 3 yrs she has moved here to Ohio and can't get into a dr. until july, so she has not been on the pen for 3 months now.She has not been able to go for over 8 days now has a lot of pain.hospital here doesn't have that kind of dr.she doesn't feel like she has to go I'm getting really worried.i had her try using a peice of soap and nothing.Can someone like her use a enama?Please help.I'm so worried that the bowel has died or is dieing.
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