Painful bowel movements
Passage of stool through the vagina
Discomfort while sitting
A fistula is an abnormal connection between two organs or veins that is formed by a tunnel-like opening. Fistulas can develop in a variety of locations across the body. Fistulas involving the vaginal and urinary systems are the most prevalent in women and are caused by protracted or obstructed childbirth, pelvic surgery damage, infection, inflammation, or radiation treatment in the pelvis or genital area.
ANAL AND PERIANAL FISTULAS
URINARY TRACT FISTULAS
Your symptoms and medical history will be discussed with the professional.
Examine the fistula A long, thin probe is passed through the fistula's outer orifice. To determine where the fistula opens up on the inside, a specific dye may be injected. Anoscope. This is a specialized scope that is used to examine the inside of your anal canal.
Imaging studies These may include an ultrasound, which uses sound waves to create an image of the anal area. They could also include an MRI, which uses special magnets, and a computer to create images of the affected area.
Antibiotics by themselves will not treat an anal fistula. The fistula will need to be repaired surgically. Among the surgical therapy possibilities are:
Fistulotomy This operation opens up the fistula so that it can heal from the inside out. It is normally performed as an outpatient operation. This means you will return home the same day.
Using a particular adhesive or plug to close the fistula. This is a novel type of treatment that seals the fistula's inner entrance. The fistula tunnel is then filled with a substance that your body will absorb over time, according to the doctor.
Fistula must be treated because they will not heal on their own
You will need to have surgery to cure the fistula, contact be well team .
The operation usually takes 30 minutes.
Be well hospitals provides world class treatment for fistula