I was diagnosed with Crohn's disease almost six years back. It was very bad and the ulcerated intestine along with most of my ileum was removed next year. Since the middle of last year, I have been experiencing severe abdominal and stomach pain all the time. The abdominal pain intensifies in bad weather to the point that it is difficult to walk, and is disabling most of the day and night. I have a constant feeling of nausea and vomit twice a day before breakfast. I also get bloody diarrhea two to three times a week. I feel temperature swings and severe weakness. I have lost 31 lbs since the middle of last year. It is as if someone is constantly putting pressure of 300 lbs from outside on my abdomen. I have vitamin B12 deficiency and have a previous history of iron deficiency anemia. I had got complete blood count (CBC) with differential, calprotectin, histoplasma, hepatitis b, celiac panel, parasite and ova stool tests done. I have been tested negative for all standard gastroenterology testing for Crohn's disease like tuberculosis and all parasites. Now doctors say I should not get this severe pain and are not taking any interest. I was treated with Stelara, Humira, Methotrexate, Entocort, Prednisone, Gabapentin, Tylenol (for fevers and headahes), Protonix and Zofran. Now I am looking for alternate diagnostic and treatment options including biome and right to try therapy, a food and drug administration (FDA) approved experimental treatment. Is Crohn's disease the only possible diagnosis for my signs and symptoms?