What's the best treatment to get rid of rectovaginal fistula?

Surgery. This can be corrected by a gynecologist, uro-gynecologist, or colo-rectal surgeon. Depending on the exact condition, it may require more than one of these specialists.
Excision. If the fistula is small enough it may close on its own. If not it needs to be removed. If the entire tract is not removed it will just reform.

Related Questions

Would a rectovaginal fistula be obvious on a pelvic MRI if it wasn't something you were looking for?

No. Rectovaginal fistulas are notoriously hard to find. One would not be obvious on a Pelvic MRI--especially if you weren't looking for it. Sometimes enemas with methylene blue dye or protoscopy are needed. Best wishes! Read more...
Clinical symptoms. Imaging studies help doctors to refine their diagnosis that they suspect based on their physical exam. Sometime, there may be "incidental findings" on imaging studies unrelated to what the radiologist was asked to look for. In the absence of vaginal discharge that suggests passage of stool a rectovaginal fistula as such an incidental finding would strike me as odd. Read more...

What are the most common symptoms of rectovaginal fistula?

Discharge,irritation. A rectovaginal fistula is an abnormal connection between the rectum and the vagina. This could cause discharge of stool from the vagina, as well as irritation and pain around the area. If you have a rectovaginal fistula, you should be evaluated by a physician who can help you. Read more...

Do you have any suggestions/medications details that would help for rectovaginal fistula?

Rectovaginal fistula. This is a complex problem where you have developed an abnormal connection between the rectum (or other part of the colon) and the vagina. Depending on the cause of the fistfuls would dictate best treatment options. For Example if this was from diverticulitis, surgery would be the best option but if this was from Cohn's then medications may heal this. I suggest discussing with a surgeon. Read more...

Is it safe to wear a tampon if you have a rectovaginal fistula?

Rectovaginal fistula. If you have a fistula you should worry more about that than the actual tampon. Fistulas are very worrisome and they should be treated. Good hygiene its a must when having a rectovaginal fistula in order to avoid infections. Read more...