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Have crohn's disease and anal fistula. Feeling bubbles coming from clitoris while urinating. Worrisome

I sometimes urinate a little and feel like I have bubbles coming from my clitoris at times. One time during my period while using tampong I had blood come out from my clitoris too. What is going on? I have crohn s disease and have a anal fistula . I had surgery last year and I wonder if this has to do with inflammation or what.
Asked On : Tue, 17 Jul 2012
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Hello. Welcome to hcm.
Chrons disease is a pathology of small intestine mainly where there will be destruction of mucosa. Causes are varied. As the inflammation progresses,it starts eroding and punctures the intestine.
You were operated upon n that part of intestine might have been removed. But inflammation will not stop. So here,it has eroded the intestine and eroded the uterus also. So gas n bllod produced in intestine is coming from your vagina.
I advice you to see your doctor,who wil operate for your fistula and you will be cured of your symptoms soon. There is no drugs to cure fistula except surgery.
All the best
Answered: Tue, 17 Jul 2012
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