Patients Crohn's disease
How does Crohn's disease cause a fistula?
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I have been facing an enormous amount of pain in recent weeks and after scans near my abdominal region, it has been found that I have a fistula near my gut. The doctor said its normal in Crohn's Disease patients but how does someone with Crohn's have a higher likelihood of getting fistulas? I dont understand, is it due to genetic factors or problems with the gut? Does anyone kniow?
I am very sorry to hear that :(
I hope it has gotten better in recent days.
Fistulas can occur more frequently to people suffering from Crohn's disease. Although it is considered treatable, it is always best to get a doctor's opinion but here are a few others who may be able to provide some information-
@Susan5412 @Melissap @Chrohnicles @CindyLou72 @Bipolar24965 @CaptainJM @Avasdad @Hiilary @Millerkmm @duval15 @Silvia @CyndieB @Rebeccahowe29 @Brandijo38 @Kat1263 @Damonsdad @Russellj @frank24 @Parkour18 @cheryl.matthews @DustinG @Shane2109 @Shoegal189 @Ouraniakots @KristaAnne @Ciannajules @aaj2003 @Charw2 @MandiiLynne @Bsalv98 @Nane89 @anthonydsmith1983 @Turtle1738ay
Have you ever experienced fistulas? If so, how were you able to treat them? What worked for you?
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Rahul from the Carenity team
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