Welcome to Healing Well, Miss Dee! I'm glaad that you have joined us. I did Remicade for 2.5 years. It worked really well on my gut symptoms. At my last colonoscopy, there was no sign of active Crohn's in my TI or colon.
Haven't had a fistula myself [thankfully]. If the fistula is going to your vagina, it can definitely cause a discharge. It the fistula
opening is large, you would likely notice that the discharge is not normal [wrong color, odor, etc]. If the fistula
opening is really tiny, then it might be more difficult to tell. Did the doctor tell you where the fistula is going to? Did he/she know?
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