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Are prescription medications available for an obstetric fistula?

Prescription medications are available for obstetric fistula, but they may not cure the illness. Your doctor may prescribe medications such as antibiotics to eliminate infection in your body. If you have Crohn's disease, your doctor may prescribe a medication called Remicade to control this condition as well so that your obstetric fistula condition will not become worse. To cure the illness, surgery is a likely option.

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