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Crohn's Disease

Chronic Fatigue, Diahrrea every day, abdominal pain, weight loss, itching all over, hair loss, dry eyes, sinusitis, rashes, acne, loss of co ordination, depersonalization, panic attacks ...


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Crohn's Disease

I have been taking Remeron for a couple of years and I like it. I take it at night right before I go to bed and I usually sleep for about 7 hours. I also have crohn's disease and have not had any pr...


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