What is Anal Fistula?
Anal fistula is most common and most problematic type of fistula. In anal fistula a path or connection starts from anus or rectum and ends up to outer skin around anus. In some conditions fistula may anus and vagina in females. Usually there is one fistula opening near anus, but in complex conditions there may be 2 or more openings. This condition is seen more in men as compared to women. The complex condition of Anal fistula may be result of intestinal tuberculosis or Crohn’s disease.
Common Symptoms of Anal Fistula:
The abscess or opening of fistula near anus secretes pus almost all the type. Sometimes the abscess is closed for a day or two and then bursts releasing lots of pus and traces of blood. Sometimes mixture of blood and pus is drained from abscess. The fistula abscess does not heal and will continue discharging pus for many years until it is treated. Itching and pain in the anal abscess is common. Constipation of diarrhea may also be seen in some patients.
Should I Go For Surgery to Treat Anal Fistula?
In Allopathy treatment surgery or operation is the only way to treat fistula. But it is usually seen that fistula is not completely healed by operation. In most of the cases, it comes back again after few months or years. Most of the times 2-3 operations are necessary to completely remove fistula. This is a painful and expensive method of treatment and there is no guarantee that patient will be healed completely.
Is There Any Treatment of Anal Fistula in Homeopathy?
In homeopathy Anal fistula is can be treated effectively. It is seen that fistula patients are healed completely within 3-6 months depending on severity of condition. Dr. Sabeel has vast experience in treating anal fistula patients. No matter how old your fistula is, it can be removed completed without any operation or surgery.
The treatment of anal fistula usually begins by a meeting with Dr. Sabeel. The symptoms and signs are examined. If fistula is very old or complex then tests for tuberculosis or Crohn’s disease are done.
How Long Will It Take to Heal my Anal Fistula Using Homeopathy Medicine?
In Homeopathic treatment medicines are given to help in healing the wound and controlling the infection. In this treatment fistula tract is closed and from within first. Once all internal fistula tract is healed and dried, the outer fistula opening is healed and closed. Once fistula is healed by homeopathy medicines, there are almost zero chances of recurrence. Fistula patients are advised to show patience while treatment because it may take 4-8months to heal completely.
Common Homeopathic Medicines For Fistula Treatment:
Common medicines used to treat anal fistula in homeopathy .
Constant urging to stool.Diarrhea (watery and acrid stool) pain full clay colored, burring and smarting in anus and perineum.
Rectum feel torn. Bowels constipated with fistula.
pinching pain during and after stool.
Abdominal pain relieved from tightening of clothes.
Constipated; larg, difficult,knotty stool united by mucus threads.
Prolapse diarrhea stool are brown fluid mixed with undigested substance.
Silicea is very useful medicine for anal fistula.
Rectum feel paralyzed .Fistula in ano painful with spasm sphincter.
Stool comes down with difficulty when partly expelled,recedes again.
Great straining rectum stings close upon stool.
Feces remain a long time in rectum .
How Can I Start My Fistula Treatment?
No matter in which part of world you are living you can seek treatment of Fistula from Dr. Sabeel. Just send an email or call. After you have discussed your condition with Dr. Sabeel your medicines will be shipped to your address and your treatment will be started. So, don’t waste your time and health and seek professional and safe treatment of anal fistula today!
Case Study 1:
See how Mrs. Nasreen was cured from Anal Fistula within 3 months by the treatment of Dr. Sabeel using homeopathic medicines.
Case Study 2:
See how Mr. Zafeer case study who is cured from Anal Fistula within 4 months using homeopathic treatment done by Dr. Sabeel.
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