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        A fistula is an irregular route or connection between two organs or veins that do not normally communicate. They can appear everywhere, including between the intestine and the epidermis, the vaginal canal, the rectum, and other areas. The anus is the most commonplace for a fistula to occur.

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          Fistula - Condition

          A fistula is an improper connection between two body cavities, such as the rectum and the vagina, or between a body cavity and the skin, such the rectum to the skin. An abscess, which is a pus-filled pocket in the body, can lead to the formation of a fistula. It's possible that the abscess is constantly filling with body fluids like stool or urine, preventing healing. A fistula is formed when it breaks through the skin, another body cavity, or an organ.

          In Crohn's disease, fistulas are more common than in ulcerative colitis. Within 20 years of diagnosis, up to 50% of persons with Crohn's disease develop fistulas. Surgery or wound care is usually used to treat fistulas.

          There are four different types of fistulas:

          Enterocutaneous - These are those that connect the intestine to the skin. An enterocutaneous fistula can develop as a result of surgery. It's a tube that runs from the intestine to the operation site and subsequently to the skin.
          Enteroenteric or Enterocolic - A fistula involving the large or small intestine is known as an enteroenteric or enterocolitis fistula.
          Enterovaginal - This is a fistula that connects the intestine to the vaginal canal.
          Enterovesicular - This type of fistula connects the intestines to the bladder. These fistulas can cause urinary tract infections or gas to leak into the urethra during urination.

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          Fistula procedure takes a maximum of 60 minutes to complete. Fistula treatment is a daycare procedure wherein patient can get discharged and go home early.

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            Fistula - Symptoms

            Here are some telltale signs, depending on the type of fistula.

            Fistula - Treatments

            Treatment for fistulas varies based on where the fistula is located and how severe the symptoms are. Flagyl (an antibiotic), 6-MP (an immunosuppressant), and various biologic therapies are examples of medical treatments (including Remicade and Humira). Enterovaginal, enterocutaneous, and enterovesicular fistulas may require an enteral diet. An enteral diet is a type of liquid nourishment that is consumed orally or through a feeding tube.

            Liquid nutrition formulas are nutrient-dense liquid nutrition formulations that can be used to substitute solid food. With little solid food, less stool passes through the anus, allowing the fistula to heal and possibly close.

            Many fistulas will not respond to any of the aforementioned treatments, necessitating surgery and/or wound care. If the fistula is in a healthy region of the intestine, it can be removed without any intestinal removal. Resection may be necessary if the fistula is in a particularly sick region of the intestine.

            A temporary ileostomy may be required after a resection. The stool is channeled through the ileostomy, allowing the fistula-affected portion of the intestine to recover. The most common types of rectovaginal and enterovesicular fistulas treated with this procedure are rectovaginal and enterovesicular fistulas.

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              Fistula - Surgical Procedures

              Antibiotics and other treatments may help some fistulas heal, but most require surgery. The two main surgical approaches for treating an anal fistula are fistulotomy and seton surgery. When a fistula is sliced along its whole length and heals into a flat scar, a surgeon conducts a fistulotomy. A surgeon will implant a piece of fine surgical thread within the fistula during seton surgery to assist drain any infection and allowing it to heal.

              Fistulotomy - Anal fistula surgery normally takes around one hour, but patients will need to stay in the hospital for some time before and after to prepare and recover. If the fistula is tiny and shallow, the surgery may just require a topical anesthetic. Otherwise, a general anesthetic will be used to put them to sleep. The surgeon will create an incision to open up the fistula during the fistulotomy.

              Seton placement - This surgery takes around an hour for an anal fistula, but it can take longer depending on how complicated the fistula is. During the procedure, someone will be asleep. Following the placement of the seton in the fistula, the surgeon will cover it with a soft, padded dressing. A person can usually go home the same day if the procedure was uncomplicated and without difficulties. Seton implantation surgery is frequently done in phases by surgical teams, thus a person may need additional operations to alter or replace the seton. After surgery, the fistula may continue to drain for several weeks.

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              A CT scan can be used to find and diagnose a fistula. This test generates photos of your body's soft tissues. A magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scan can reveal the location of a fistula, as well as whether other pelvic organs are affected or if you have a tumor.

              If you notice any signs or symptoms of a fistula, such as abdominal pain, discharge, a change in bowel habits, or severe diarrhea, see your doctor straight soon.

              While it is always recommended that you seek medical assistance for a fistula and, if necessary, consult a surgeon, simple home remedies for a fistula can occasionally help to alleviate your symptoms. Here are 5 home remedies for fistula cure that can help you get relief from the condition's often painful symptoms:
              Ginger Tea - An elastic band is put around the base of the haemorrhoid to cut off its blood supply. After a few days, the haemorrhoid falls off.
              Cloves - Cloves, which may be found in almost every kitchen, are antibacterial and antiviral. They help to strengthen your immune system and act as a natural colon cleanser. Cloves also aid in the prevention of parasitic infections in the body. Boil a few cloves or clove powder in plain water, or add it to green tea or ginger tea for a delightful twist.
              Tea Tree Oil - Tea tree oil is one of the greatest home remedies for fistula because of its antibacterial, antiviral, antiviral, antiseptic, and anti-inflammatory qualities. Its therapeutic properties have earned it a place among numerous pharmaceutical and health products. It aids in the destruction of pathogens and the development of white blood cells. Combine tea tree oil and olive oil in a cotton swab and apply to the affected area. Allow it to sit for half an hour before washing it in cold water. For a few days, do this once a day to receive relief from the anal fistula. Oregano Leaves Oil - By just swallowing oregano leaves oil, you can utilize the soothing and healing powers of oregano to cure your fistula. Drinking this oil with lukewarm water twice a day will help strengthen your immunity and destroy bacteria in and around your anus. It also lowers swelling around the anus and avoids bleeding, which are two of the symptoms of an anal fistula. Turmeric Milk - Turmeric is a potent antibacterial and antiviral agent found in nature. It is one of the most powerful home remedies for fistula healing and helps to enhance your immune system. To prepare a delightful yet healthful drink, combine turmeric powder with milk and a touch of honey.

              Complications from a fistula are possible. Fistulas can sometimes fail to heal and become chronic. Fecal incontinence, infection, perforation, and peritonitis are all possible consequences.

              Sepsis is a potentially fatal sickness caused by the body's reaction to a bacterial infection. The following are some of the signs and symptoms of sepsis:

              1. Chills
              2. Confusion
              3. Disorientation
              4. Confusion
              5. Rashes
              6. Fast breathing and heart rate

              Peritonitis is an inflammation or infection of the peritoneum, the tissue that surrounds the abdominal organs on the inside wall of the abdomen. Peritonitis symptoms include:
              1. Abdominal pain and tenderness
              2. Chills
              3. Fever
              4. Joint pain
              5. Nausea
              6. Vomiting

              A fistulotomy is the most successful treatment for many anal fistulas, yet it's usually only appropriate for fistulas that don't pass through much of the sphincter muscles, as the risk of incontinence is lower.

              With a reported success rate ranging from 87% to 94%, fistulotomy remains one of the most regularly performed surgeries for anal fistula.

              The fistula is caused by an abscess that is extremely painful. It can cause excruciating pain and swelling in the area of the anus. With each bowel movement, the agony intensifies. There is a discharge from the opening around the anus from time to time.

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