Well, this is just a thought in the wind about
the change in the odor.
Do you have the setons for abscesses or fistulae? If you have them for fistulae, then the increased drainage indicates to me that the fistula has widen allowing more fecal matter to pass. The odor of feces is heavily impacted by what one eats. Onions, cabbage, garlic, some spices, etc all effect the odor of feces.
If you have the setons for an abscess, then the iincreased drainage says to me that your infection is quite active. Infected matter can have a very strong odor especially when there is a lot of it.
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