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Overview Of Fistula

A fistula is an unusual connection between two empty spaces (specifically, two epithelialized surfaces), Like: blood vessels, intestines, or other unfilled (empty) organs. Fistulas are generally, caused by injury or surgery, but they can also effect from an infection or inflammation.  Fistulas are usually a disease condition, but they may be surgically created for therapeutic reasons.

Ultimately, it breaks through to the skin, other body cavity, or an organ, develops a fistula. Fistulas are more usual in Crohn's disease than they are in ulcerative colitis.

Types:

Fistulas usually happen in the area around the genitals and anus (known as the perineum). 

The four types of fistulas are:

Enterocutaneous: It's a type of fistula is from the intestine to the skin. An enterocutaneous fistula may be a difficulty of surgery.  It can be defined as a passageway that processes from the intestine to the surgery site and then to the skin.

Enteroenteric or Enterocolic: This is a fistula that affects the large or small intestine.

Enterovaginal: This is a fistula that passes to the vagina.

Enterovesicular: This type of fistula passes to the bladder. These fistulas may result generally urinary tract infections or the passage of gas from the urethra throughout the urination.

Symptoms

  • Constipation
  • Fever
  • Impotence to pass gas
  • Sudden, extreme abdominal pain
  • Chills
  • Fatigue
  • Diarrhea
  • Racing heart rate
  • Abnormal breathing
  • Wheezing.
  • The abdomen may also feel like bloated.
  • Pain and swelling around the Anal.
  • Redness, Skin irritation, and Tenderness.

Risks Factors

  • A risk factor is anything that increases a person’s chance of developing or getting anal fistula.
  • However, risk factors frequently effect the development of anal fistula.
  • Infection to the surgical area.
  • Diabetes
  • Inflammatory bowel diseases
  • Tuberculosis
  • Anal abscess
  • Trauma.

Benefits

  • Painless Procedure
  • 1 day staying at Hospital
  • No need for every day dressing.
  • Less bleeding during surgery
  • Reduced the risk of infections after surgery
  • High success rate. Back to normal life in 2-4 days.
  • Recovering fast as there are no cuts
  • Fast healing
  • No need to follow the diet.

Procedures Of Fistula

  • You can normally expect some pain after surgery, if your doctor gave you a prescription medicine or drug for pain, take it as prescribed.
  • Ask to your doctor what is over-the-counter medicines are safe for you.
  • Some bleeding is normal after surgery, especially with the first bowel movement after surgery.
  • Ice packs applied to the anal area it will reduce your swelling and pain.
  • Regularly soaks in warm water (sitz baths) it helps to relieve pain and muscle spasms
  • Few doctors may recommend that you take an antibiotic after surgery to reduce pain and prevent infections.
  • Doctors recommend that you take stool softeners that contain fiber to help to make your bowel movements smooth.
  • Follow up exams with the surgeon generally are done 2 to 3 weeks after surgery to check for problem

Post Procedures Of Fistula

Laser surgery of Anal Fistula:

  • A number of cauterization methods have been shown to be effective for fistula. This is the best method to cure the anal fistula.
  • Laser surgery is a type of surgery that is used for a laser to cut tissue.

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