I have had constant dull pain in my left side for about 2 years now and I had a colonoscopy done. Apparently there is ribbing in the right side where the colon feeds into the intestines (in the ilium) and there was also some cobble-stoning in my transverse colon on my left side and right (the left side is where my pain resides). The doctor said apparently this is quite common and its a possibility that gas is getting trapped under the cobble-stoning. The doctor also said there was nothing wrong and he did not seem concerned and everything seemed normal. Can anyone relate to this? Everything I look up on cobble-stoning points to Crohns Disease which he said nothing about and I hope I dont have. Can anyone tell me a little about this if they are educated about this sort of thing?Another thing to add is that it does not look at all like this picture of Crohns Disease. It looks more like a little overlapping of the side of the colon where the descending colon and transverse colon meet.