If you don't see reduction in frequency of bowel movements or amount of blood, check back with your doctor - you may need higher dosage
or other meds in parallel. Note Crohn's
is unsolved, so best the meds and docs can do is try to control it and its symptoms. Some people get frequent flareups, while others have years of quiet time. Above all, make sure you have a GI doctor who specializes in treating IBD. Also, look up www.ccfa.org - they have good information on Crohn's.