I posted this in the crohn's section but thought I'd get some feedback in here as well. Any ideas and does it sound familiar...Hello all!This is my first post as I am relatively fortunate in my life with Crohn's. I recently discovered that a few other symptoms are probably linked with my Crohn's and I wanted some feedback on what works for others.Here's some of the symptoms, not all of which I'm sure are related and most haven't been told to a doctor yet as I'm just putting together this link and was just thinking I had a bad diet or something.- Fatigue (#1 concern) - trying to get ready to juggle part-time grad school with full-time work and family!- Unrefreshed sleep - This has been getting worse. I can sleep for 8 hours and still am unable to wake up in the morning and on the weekends it's not unusual for me to be able to lay down at 7 and not wake up for 12 or 13 hours and then still take 2 or 3 hour naps.- Dull & achy- Used to have migraine's that seemed to be triggered by either excercise or really bright sun or overheating (never figured these out) and they seem to have faded.- off & on headaches that seem real dull.- cheeks turn rosy red almost like a rash and get real hot when I break a sweat.- eye sensitivity- used to get dizzy though I haven't noticed this in a while.- jaw pain in the back of the jaw almost at the joint, especially after drinking anything sugary.- hypersensitivity to smell after excercise- Almost ADD type concentation problems (i'm guessing b/c of the sleep thing)So that's a laundry list of stuff that may or may not be related. What I'm trying to figure out is if other people have similar symptoms and what they've done to treat it before I go to my doc.As far as background on my crohn's, it's been in remission mainly for 3 years. Only been diagnosed for 6 years when I had to have an ileosectomy due to a colon blockage. First symptoms were repeated fistulas in high school but the doctors never seemed to put it together until after the main surgery.Since then I've managed to be off all drugs except month B-12 shots for nearly 2 1/2 years and have very rare cramping and almost never battle with crohn's type diarrhea. When it comes up it usually comes as cramping. In that case I'm lucky I suppose. I just would like to figure out what people due for the fatigue so I can do all the things I want to do. Any ideas of what others do would be greatly appreciated.Thanks to all for reading the long post!!!P.S. - As a side note I'm attempting my first marathon in 1 month as my way of giving the finger to Crohn's, wish me luck!!! I'm mainly trying to figure this out so I can survive that and then move on to surviving grad school.