Rectovaginal fistula - Wikipedia - Anal fistula in womes after episiotomy
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An abnormal connection between the rectum and vagina allows gas or stool to pass or pain in the vulva, vagina and the area between your vagina and anus or an infection of an episiotomy — a surgical incision to enlarge the Most women with Crohn's disease never develop a rectovaginal fistula, but. Episiotomy is often considered associated with urinary and/or anal incontinence . Four postpartum years later, women responded with a 81% return rate and . Episiotomy: risks of dehiscence and rectovaginal fistula.