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Treatment Anal Fistula
An infection: In the perianal region, usually derived from the anal glands inside the rectum. A fistula is an abnormal communication between two organs, in this case the rectum and the skin outside the anus. Both require evaluation and often surgery to permanently resolve and prevent recurrences or complications. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
An anal fistula is an abnormal connection or tract that connects the inside lining of the colon or rectum with the outside skin. It intermittently drains pus and can cause discomfort, pain, itching, and other symptoms. It most commonly occurs as a consequence of an abscess in the same area. This may require outpatient surgery ...Read more
See c/r surgeon: By a c/r surgeon in your area. ...Read more
Could you tell me the best treatment for anal-fistula. I have already gone through a surgery, but no result?
Please tell me, could anyone tell me the best treatment for anal-fistula. I have already gone through a surgery, but no result?
Surgery: Is the best treatment and although occassionally fails and requires repeat procedure, if done correctly has an excellent result. Numerous types of fistula surgery are out there depending on the location of the fistula and experience of the surgeon. See a colon and rectal surgeon or at least get a second opinion from one. ...Read more
Is there any herbal treatment for anal fistula abscess i had surgery but my it never healed thanks in advance?
The treatment for: An anal fistula is surgery. Surgery can be feom simple incision and division to requiring multiple procedures. Recurrence after a fistula surgery is rare but not uncommon and again depends on the complexity. Please check with your surgeon if you have similar symptoms as prior to surgery. There is no herbal treatment for it. ...Read more
Avoid Constipation: Non-surgical treatment includes warm water soaks 2- 3 times a day, increasing fiber intake, drink lots of water, and taking stool softeners or laxatives. Witch hazel (tucks (witch hazel) pads) can help. Some relief in a day or two usually. It may take several weeks for the fissure to heal completely. Sometimes fissures heal without treatment. May require surgery. ...Read more
I have an anal fistula. What medical treatment should I follow until i get operated in one month? It is painful at the moment!
Is there any consequences to letting a peri anal fistula 2' to crohns go without treatment? Currently pretty happy with the way things are
Treat the crohn: Usually peri Rectal fistula secondary to crohn will eventually heal if the crohn is under control. If that is the case do not worry. But at the same time if the fistula continue to act up it means the crohn is not under control and you need treatment. Make sure you follow with your GI doctor and follow their instructions ...Read more
I am suffering from anal fistula from past two years i.E an extra muscle has formed at the opening.How can I cure it by using home treatment?
That's just wrong: I am suffering from anal fistula from past two years i.E an extra muscle has formed at the opening.How can i cure it by using home treatment? Unfortunately, an anal fistula is not treated by any home remedies it is usually explored and opened and repaired by a qualified colorectal surgeon. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Surgeon office exam: Evaluation by your surgeon after surgery to be sure that the area is healing properly would be sufficient. There is a low chance of fistula recurrence after the first surgery, depending on the size, depth, and location of the fistula, and what type of surgery was performed. ...Read more
What is the best diet/supplements to cure an anal fistula? And what would be a reasonable time frame for this to happen (if it worked)?
Not really: There are some fistula plugs that can be used, and while it is technically "surgery", it can be way less invasive because the fistula tract is scraped, then the plug inserted. There's also something called a Seton that can be used for a while, that helps in some situations. See a colorectal surgeon for a proper evaluation and ask about these things. Hope this helps! ...Read more
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