Dr Raj Kumar Baida
BAMS ( kanpur)
Kard (mumbai)
Monday - Friday
6 PM to 8 PM
Dr. Raj Baida Piles Clinic
B.A.M.S(Kanpur) - C.A.R.D(Mumbai)

Fistula ( Bhagandar) Treatment Specialist

Fistula ( Bhagandar) Treatment Specialist

Anal Fistula Treatments :- Anal Fistula is a permanent abnorma bad passageway between two organs in the body or between an organ and the exterior of the body. Anal fistula one from the anus to the skin, sometimes communicating with the rectum. Anal Fistula is an abnormal passage (communication) between the interior of the anal canal or rectum and the skin surface around the anus.

Rarely, the fistula may communicate from anus (rectum) to Vagina (Recto-Vaginal Fistula), Urinary Bladder (Recto-Vesical Fistula), Urethera (Recto-Uretheral Fistula) or other pelvic structures, including the bowel.

What is Ano-rectal abcess? An anorectal abscess is a collection of pus in the area of the anus and rectum. An anal abscess is an infected cavity filled with pus

found near the anus (the opening of the anal canal) or rectum (the portion of large intestine just proximal to the anal canal). This can results from a blockage of the anal glands located just inside the anus. According to the crypto-glandular theory, abscesses often develop from cryptitis which may be associated with an enlarged papillae in the anal canal. They start as cellulitis-a diffuse inflammation, characterized by swelling and redness, which has not yet localized to form an abscess. Then the infecting organisms burrow into the anal glands, producing circumscribed areas of pus in the region of the anus and rectum.

An abscess produces pain and swelling near the anal opening. Fever may also be present. Treatment consists of surgically draining pus from the infected cavity and making an opening (incision) in the skin near the anus to relieve pressure. Sometimes a small catheter is left in the incision for several days to assure adequate drainage. In 8-50% of individuals, a fistula will form after the abscess has been drained.

Coused of An anal fistula is most commonly caused by an anal abscess. It can also be caused by conditions that affect the intestines (part of your digestive system). Most fistulas begin as anorectal abscesses. When the abscess opens spontaneously into the anal canal (or has been opened surgically), a fistula may occur. Approximately, 8-50% of perianal abscess patients end up having an anal fistula.

Other causes

  • An anal fistula may also develop as a result of:
  • A growth or ulcer (painful sore)
  • A complication of surgery
  • A health problem you were born with

Other infections or conditions that can lead to the development of an anal fistula include:-

  • Cancer of the rectum:- The rectum is an area at the end of the colon where faeces are stored..
  • Tuberculosis (TB):- A bacterial infection that mainly affects the lungs, but can also spread to many different parts of the body.
  • HIV and AIDS:- A virus that attacks the body's immune system (its defence against disease and infection)
  • Syphilis :- A bacterial infection that is passed on through sexual contact, injecting drugs or blood transfusions.
  • Chlamydia:- A sexually transmitted infection that often causes no symptoms.

  • Pain, which is usually constant, throbbing and worse when sitting down
  • Skin irritation around the anus, including swelling, redness and tenderness
  • Discharge of pus or blood
  • Constipation or pain associated with bowel movements
  • Fever

Dr Raj Baida from Madrasi Piles Clinic can Give you Best treatment for Fistula ( Bhagandar), He has more than 15 years experience, We have 4 clinics in Delhi, Shadipur, Uttam Nagar, Paharganj, Khanpur. We can give you 100% surety that we will give you Fistula ( Bhagandar) Permanent Treatment. We can do the surgery also, If Fistula is on the high level.

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