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May my tear from pregnancy never healed right ?

im starting to worry that there is some sort of tear in the skin between my anus and vagina. After i had my child 9 months ago and my perenium was cut and stitched back together, it felt like it wasnt stitch completly right further inside of me.. over time it didnt seem to bother me too much so i just thought i was paranoid.. but everynow and then i think its a real problem. Like today when i was urinating my vagina felt moist so i wiped inside of myself with tissue a little and diarrea was on the tissue.. it almost seems like some of my poo is leaking through to my vagina. It only happens once in a while. what does this sound like to you? Maybe its a tear coming and going from having aggresive sex.. im not sure. ive been having a few other problems that may be related. I have all the symptoms of a urinary tract infection but i was tested and there is no sign of one. I also get bumps or boils in between my thighs, close to my vagina but never on it. they go pretty deep and are sometimes hard and sometimes filled with blood. and they do get pretty sore. I figure its all related and just a spread of infection but maybe there all different problems. I go to the doctors on the 25th but i would like some advice before i go in there so i can try to work with him on figuring out whats wrong with me...has anybody had any of these problems before???
Asked On : Sun, 23 Jan 2011
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These symptoms suggest that you have recto-vagina fistula. This condition develops due to (as u also noticed) , after episiotomy, use of vaccum during labor, injuries etc.
This is a surgical condition to treatment is only surgery.
Boils on thighs may not be related to this. You may see a dermatolgist for them .
Answered: Sun, 23 Jan 2011
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