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What is Fistula and what are the Different Types of Anal Fistula?

An anal fistula is also known as fistula-in-ano, is an issue with anorectal, where an atypical connection is developed between the anal canal, mainly the inner surface and perineal skin that is around the anal edge, causing intensive pain and infection. Treat Pa helps you to look for affordable fistula laser treatment cost and find the right facility for fistula treatment near your location (within your proximity).

The reason behind most anal fistula is an infection formed in the anal region. Just like with piles treatment, Fistula Doctors prefer recommending laser treatment for fistula in ano, as they appear in perennial areas around anus and genitals.

Intersphincteric fistula: The tract starts in the space between the sphincter muscles and the anal opening.

Transphincteric fistula: The tract forms between the sphincter muscles and the area behind the anus. In this type, the fistula exceeds from the external sphincter to the outside of the anal opening. This type of fistula can wrap around the body with external openings in the U-shape.

Suprasphincteric fistula: The canal opens between the sphincter muscles and cracks towards the puborectal muscle (situated on the side of the pelvis) and levator ani muscle and releases fistula outside the anus.

Extrasphincteric fistula: The tract starts at the sigmoid colon or rectum and covers the levator ani muscle and extends around the anus.

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About Fistula

What are the Causes of Fistula?
  • Anal abscess
  • Ulcer growth
  • Complication during surgery
  • Rectum cancer
  • Syphilis
  • Tuberculosis
  • Crohn’s Disease
  • Radiation
  • Sexually transmitted diseases
  • Diverticulitis
  • Infection or Surgery
What are the Symptoms of Anal Fistula?
  • Pain in the rectum
  • Swelling in the annual area
  • Fever and chills
  • Lethargy
  • Redness and itching near the anal opening
  • Pus or soreness
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What is the Treatment for Fistula?

Laser treatment can be a permanent solution for fissure and Fistula. Laser treatment for Fistula in ano is conducted. This abnormality can result in severe infection and can lead to intensive pain. The treatment is executed delicately to decrease the risk that can in any way affect the bowel discharging process. The proximity to damage the anal sphincter muscles is high because of fistulas, so the treatment is performed gently. The surgeon performs a laser procedure, where the fistula operation cost varies depending on the severity of the fistula.

The surgeons use a minimally invasive technique for fistula treatment, where an endoscope is used to determine the opening of the anal fistula. It is demolished through cauterization by using telescope vision. Treat Pa is associated with top-notch healthcare facilities and clinics that offer painless fistula treatment. You can go through the hassle to search for “laser treatment for fistula near me” to find the clinics, or directly contact Treat pa for direct consultation from leading hospitals.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Generally, the reason behind the occurrence of the fistula is rectum injury or infection that leads to or severe inflammation or swelling in the rectal region. Another major reason that causes fistula is inflammatory bowel syndrome-like Crohn’s disease or Ulcerative Colitis, as these also result in inflammation within the anal region.
Treat Pa can help you with not only the best surgeon but also the best fistula speciality. We have partnered with many hospitals across cities that offer multispecialty treatment, helping patients with minimally invasive advanced laser surgeries. We will help you to find a painless fistula treatment specialist in no time.
There are several signs and symptoms that suggest you might have a fistula, they are: Severe pain in the anal region Swelling near the anus Painful bowel movements Excessive strain during passing stool Recurring anal fistula Sexually transmitted disease Soreness in anus Constant itching and irritation in the rectum Discharge of pus
Home remedies are used to soothe itching, irritation, or soreness because of fistula, but they cannot help in the treatment of fistula. In order to completely get rid of it, you need to opt for surgical methods. Using warm water, wearing an anal pad, and fluid intake can soothe the pain.
Treat Pa serves in various cities, and Bangalore is one of them. We have tied up with top-notch clinics and hospitals that offer advanced fistula treatment in Bangalore. Contact us today, so our medical coordinator can assist you with fast consultation with the best specialist in the city.
If you opt for a daycare procedure then it will probably take 30 to 40 minutes for the laser treatment. Moreover, based on the post-op results, most of the patients are discharged on the same day itself. This treatment comes with no pain and is certainly preferred by many.
It requires at least 15 to 18 hours of rest if you are discharged on the same day in a healthy and painless condition. This is a minimally invasive surgery, so, you can easily resume your daily routine after being discharged, as long as you follow all the post-op instructions.
If you have been diagnosed with the first stage of fistula, and you have no prior history, then with a proper diet that involves a high intake of fiber and nutrition, and a surplus amount of water intake, you can easily cure the disease. But, if it is diagnosed at a later stage, you require surgery.
A proctologist will help you with the diagnosis and the treatment of your fistula. The proctologist focuses on the treatment of the rectum, colon, and anus. Treat Pa will help you to find a leading proctologist or proctology clinic at your nearest location and will help you throughout your surgery journey.
If your fistula is causing excessive pain or pus, and you are having difficulty processing your daily routine, then you should opt for urgent surgery. Moreover, sometimes untreated fistula can lead to an abscess, which includes symptoms like severe pain, swelling, itching, and fever, and it requires immediate surgery.

Overview

What is Fistula?

Fistula is also known as an anal abscess. It is a diseased cavity found near the rectum or anus, which is sometimes filled with pus.  It is formed when anal inflammation causes ulcers or soreness inside the rectum. 90% of the anal fistula are the result of internal anal gland infection.

Certain external factors such as bacteria, foreign component, and fecal materials clog the anal tunnel, which leads to an opening of the abscess. The anal fistulas are classified based on their location and structures. Most anal fistulas are diagnosed by clinical finding, which is why you always need to look for reputed fistula clinics.

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Treat Pa is a healthcare startup that has partnered with reputed clinics and hospitals in 7 major cities (Chennai, Bangalore, Coimbatore, Trichy, Madurai, Cochin and Trivandrum). We connect patients with the best and the affordable treatment plan based on their requirements.

Treat Pa neither provides any treatment nor has any hospitals or clinics of its own. We are a hospital aggregator that partners with the best hospitals and clinics and provides the list to each patient to carefully compare and select the best out of it based on their needs (Proximity, Affordability, Reliability).

This list is cautiously prepared by Treat Pa. We recommend the hospitals and clinics that only pass our checklist. Based on the patient's needs, Treat Pa is driven to make sure you have a hassle-free surgical experience that will work within your budget.

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