OMG, I have migraines too and have often felt it was more related to AI issues. I use Botox because I cannot really take oral meds (they mess up my stomach). I also didn’t get them until my crohn’s came out of remission.
I was told by docs and literature that crohn’s can show up anywhere in digestive system from mouth to anus. I seem to have issues at both ends. I also get mouth sores. As for stomach, I have ulcers that are not h. pylori related. So I’m on Nexium for life. Doesn’t help my bones any (osteopenia already and I’m also in my 40’s).
What was weird for the diabetes for me, is that I had been in a bad way for about 10 years as in housebound in lots and lots of pain all the time. In the last year I was feeling loads better and was able to leave the house, leave the cane behind and work out again. I was also losing all that prednisone weight. However, in the last year, I also got diagnosed with a few more AI issues(again, AI issues are like potato chips, you can’t have just one)…hell, it was for the hidradenitis supertiva surgery pre-screen that they found my sugars over 400. A week or so later they tested my a1c at 10.8.
Let’s see family history…hmm, mom has grave’s disease and sister has RA. Yet I think my crohn’s came from my dad’s side as well. My grandmother passed due to stomach cancer. Not colon but stomach…which is kinda rare. Dad has also had ulcers throughout his entire life.
BTW, I think I was symptomatic with crohn’s and arthritis since I was a wee child. It was the 70-80’s and they didn’t really look for zebras back then. It was always written off as a “nervous stomach” and “growing pains”. People didn’t question their doctor all that much back then, not like now.