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    sherrylang posted:
    Hey
    I was just diagnosed with cd at the age of 56. im in the hospital right now and getting a little better but the next step is discharging me and starting me on an iv infusion called remicade. has anyone had this and what are your thoughts

    Thanks
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    magsjeanea responded:
    Hi Sherrylang, welcome to our community. I was dx'd with CD at 54yo. Thankfully I am in remission. Personally, I did not go on Remicade but there have been several people her who have been on biologics who can help you better than me. I hope you feel better soon and have many pain free days.

    Take good care,

    Jeaneau
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