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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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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

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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The anal fistula will be diagnosed and treated by a gastroenterologist.

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      Most probably Yes, You can check with your insurance provider to see if your plan covers fistula treatment or not.

         

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          Healing or Recovery time is variable from individual to individual but on average your surgical wound may take 1-4 weeks to heal. Laser treatment for the fistula ensures that it is completely cured whereas there are chances of recurrence in open surgery.

            If you experience signs (or) symptoms of Fistula, call your doctor right away, especially if you've had an anal abscess in the past. If you've had an abscess before and are having complications as a result of the treatment, you should see a doctor as soon as possible to avoid further health issues. Yet, there are no possibilities for complications following the Laser treatment for fistula.

              1. Intake Plenty of fluids
              2. Consume fiber-rich foods
              3. Maintain dryness in the Anal region
              4. Avoid straining while stool passing
              5. Exercise regularly

                • Consume food which has high fiber content 
                • Foods should be low in fats
                • Drink plenty of water
                • Take Over-the-counter laxatives

                Including Ginger Tea, Cloves, Tea Tree Oil, Oregano Leaves Oil, and Turmeric Milk in your daily routine will help you get better; however, it's always best to visit a doctor for fistula treatment because he or she can determine the severity of your health condition and guide you accordingly.

                  To recover from anal fistula treatment, do not forget to take medicine prescribed by your surgeon. Finish all of your antibiotics. Don’t take any over-the-counter medicines without first talking to your healthcare provider.

                  Instructions may include:

                  • Sitz bath
                  • Pad to protect your anal area till it is cured
                  • Resume to daily routine activities upon surgeon’s approval
                  • Drinking plenty of fluids
                  • Eating a high-fiber diet
                  • Use stool softeners if needed

                    Following complications may arise, if left untreated for a long time:

                    • Fecal Incontinence
                    • Hygiene problems
                    • Recurrent vaginal or urinary tract infections
                    • Inflammation of your vagina, perineum (or) the skin around your anus
                    • Taking a long time for the wound to heal
                    • Narrowing of the anal canal, making it difficult to have a bowel movement
                    • Bowel Incontinence
                    • Recurrence

                    Note: Laser treatment for fistula is the permanent solution which is affordable and painless.

                     

                      Following are the most common types of fistulas:

                      • Anal fistula
                        • Anorectal
                        • Rectovaginal or Anovaginal
                        • Colovaginal
                      • Intestines
                      • Urinary tract

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