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I have been diagnose with Crohns disease for around 20 yrs. The past 2 years I have struggled with nausea and vomiting only when and after I go poop. It doesn't seem to matter what I eat or don't eat and is every day. I have been on Remicade, Humara, Entivia and now Stelara every 4 wks. I also take imuron and prilosec. Take multiple vitamins. I had 11 inchs of my small bowel removed in July 2020. They thought this would help with my vomiting but it only helped for the 3 months I had the ileostomy. They reversed it in Oct. 2020. Right away I started with the vomiting and nausea again. I have been going to the University of Iowa and Mayo Clinic in Minnissota. Both places cant explain my symptoms. I have lost 30+ pds and now weigh 115 at 5'5''. I have tried diets and jounrnaling all with no help. Both hospitals want me to get the bag back on. I just had the surgery a yr ago and don't want to go through that again, let alone have a bag for the rest of my life. At this point I am willing to do about anything. Every day is a struggle to get out of bed, work and have a life. They said Canabis can cause the puking but I have not done that for months now since they said this could be the problem. Is anyone else having this issue? Any feedback that might help me?