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Medicine For Vesicovaginal Fistula
A fistula is an abnormal connection between two places. Most commonly, it originates somewhere in the intestine and communicates to another location in the intestine or in the skin. A fistula can develop after abdominal surgery, with inflammatory bowel disease, cancer, anorectal abscess, and ...Read more
No reason: Vesicovaginal fistula wordwide is common, usually as result of birthtrauma, but cause in most developed countries is complication of gyn surgery. It won't kill you but symptoms of continually leaking urine and recurrent utis are very unpleasant thus surgical repair is advisable. Some can die in Africa from massive sepsis. Surgery can be quite complex so best to find an experienced pelvic surgeon. ...Read more
My sister says she has vesicovaginal fistula. Are family members more likely to get the same thing?
No: Vesicovaginal fistula is an acquired condition, meaning it is not genetic in origin. There isn't any clear genetic predisposition for this condition. ...Read more
Surgery: When a vesicovaginal fistula has developed, usually after delivery, surgery or radiotherapy, surgery is the treatment. Depending on the exact condition and size, your gynecologist may correct this, or they may need assistance from a urogynecologist or urologist. The most difficult cases are after radiotherapy for pelvic cancers, as these tissues can be slow to heal. ...Read more
Vesicovaginal fistula cramps. I've bee n diagnosed with vesicovaginal fistula but have no urine leaking, just pelvic cramps. I had a hysterecyears ag.
My girlfriend had a CT scan that revealed a "small vesicovaginal fistula". Should a urologist perform the repair surgery or a gynecologist?
Urogynecologists: You would want to talk to someone who specializes in urogynecology, which can be either a gynecologist or a urologist. Both will have done further fellowship training in issues specifically related to fistulas like your girlfriend has. I think more obgyns are going into this area, at least where I am, but look at what is available in your area. ...Read more
NO: There is no known medical treatment for anal fistulas. This should be treated by a colon and rectal surgeon. ...Read more
I'm suffering from chronic freasure and fistula. I was prescribed betanovate cream on my piles (fistula and freasure). Is this medicine safe?
Please check the: Spelling as I have never heard of this drug ...Read more
Fistula abscess surgery cant take the pain anymore 10 days after surgery no medic or drug help me I want tu suscide cant take it please help?
Many people present with "piles" and this can actually be the issue or one of many other problems
there are dietary, behavioral, hygiene modifications as well as procedures that can help with these common problems.
Both constipation and diarrhea can lead to this condition as well
it is best if you consult with a general or colorectal surgeon to help with this matter. ...Read more
Depends: There are many kinds of fistulas. By definition a fistula is an abnormal communication from one organ to another. Anal fistulas arise from the anal crypts internally. Enterocutaneous fistulas connect the bowel to the skin, fistulas can develop from almost any organ and most often indicate some underlying disease process. ...Read more
Shunts: Can also be arterio venous fistulas that have occurred naturally due to disease or trauma or surgeon made for vascular access for dyalysis. There are other types of shunts and fistulas. Need more specifics to help any further with an answer. ...Read more
A patient who is on dialysis needs the machine to clean toxins from the blood that the kidneys usually do. The patient's blood needs to get out of the body, through the machine, and back into the body.
A dialysis fistula is made by sewing a vein to an artery. This short-circuits the blood flow and the vein becomes dilated because it experiences arterial pressures. This can be used for access. ...Read more
Yes: Pl see attachment. You should consult an ENT for the tests. Feel better! ...Read more
Differences: Usually, a perianal abscess is caused by an underlying fistula. A fistula is a tunnel that communicates the inside of the Anus and the outside skin. The entrance is inside the anus and the exit is at the skin. When the exit is closed, the Pus collects beneath the skin forming and abscess and it usually ruptures or is open by a physician. Fistulas have a 50% healing rate after drainage of the absce ...Read more
The term Emergency: Is a relative one. I would not put it in the same class as a cardiac arrest. Having said that, all infections mandate immediate attention and appropriate treatment as they can cause serious complications, spread to other parts of your body and are potentially fatal. ...Read more