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How Well Is Your Crohn's Disease Being Managed?

Your Results: Your Crohn's disease is reasonably well-controlled.

Your Crohn's appear to be reasonably well-controlled and have a minimal effect on your daily activities. However, consider discussing with your doctor if you feel that your condition has worsened over the past few months or has interfered with your work, social, or recreational activities. You and your doctor may consider reassessing your score in the future to ensure that your current treatment plan is optimal.

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Question 1 of 11

Over the past 2 weeks, have you experienced an increase in the frequency of your bowel movements?

  • AYes, the frequency of my bowel movements has increased substantially
  • BYes, the frequency has increased moderately
  • CYes, the frequency has increased slightly
  • DNo, the frequency has remained the same

Question 2 of 11

Over the past 2 weeks, how often have your bowel movements been loose?

  • AAll of the time
  • BMost of the time
  • CSome of the time
  • DHardly any of the time
  • ENone of the time

Question 3 of 11

In the past 2 weeks, have you had more abdominal pain or cramping?

  • AYes, my pain and cramping are significantly more frequent, or present constantly
  • BYes, they're somewhat more frequent
  • CYes, they're slightly more frequent
  • DI've had no pain or cramping or I've experienced no change in their frequency

Question 4 of 11

In the past 2 weeks, how often have you been unable to go to work, attend school, or keep social engagements because of bowel problems related to Crohn's disease?

  • AAll of the time
  • BMost of the time
  • CSome of the time
  • DHardly any of the time
  • ENone of the time

Question 5 of 11

Relatively speaking, how have your energy levels been over the past 2 weeks?

  • AMuch lower than normal and/or have no energy at all
  • BSomewhat lower than normal
  • CA little lower than normal
  • DHigher than normal or no change

Question 6 of 11

How much difficulty have you had performing leisure or sports activities over the past 2 weeks?

  • AExtreme difficulty and/or impossible
  • BA lot of difficulty
  • CSome difficulty
  • DMinimal difficulty
  • ENo difficulty

Question 7 of 11

Have you experienced noticeable weight loss over the past 1-6 months, particularly if you have not been trying to lose weight? For example, if you weigh 150 pounds and you've lost 15 pounds, that's 10 percent weight loss - a significant amount in a short period.

  • AYes, I've lost more than 5 percent of my weight in 1 month or more than 10 percent in 6 months
  • BYes, I've lost less than or equal to 5 percent in 1 month or less than or equal to 10 percent in 6 months
  • CNo, my body weight has remained stable

Question 8 of 11

Over the past 2 weeks, has the frequency of your rectal bleeding increased?

  • AYes, I've had significantly more frequent or constant rectal bleeding
  • BYes, it's somewhat more frequent
  • CYes, it's slightly more frequent
  • DNo change in frequency and/or rectal bleeding is absent

Question 9 of 11

How frequently do you have worries or anxieties related to your Crohn's disease? These may include concerns about cancer, worries that symptoms will never improve, or anxiety about having a relapse.

  • AAll of the time
  • BMost of the time
  • CSome of the time
  • DHardly any of the time
  • ENone of the time

Question 10 of 11

Over the past 2 weeks, how frequently have you felt an urge to go to the bathroom even though your bowels are empty?

  • AAll of the time
  • BMost of the time
  • CSome of the time
  • DHardly any of the time
  • ENone of the time

Question 11 of 11

Do you have any extraintestinal (outside of the intestines) symptoms ? Common extraintestinal symptoms related to Crohn's include eye inflammation, arthritis, osteoporosis, skin rashes, inflammation of the liver or bile ducts, kidney stones, and gallstones.

  • AYes
  • BNo
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