Cure Fistula with Painless Laser Surgery

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No Cuts.
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About Fistula

Fistula Laser Treatment Advantage over the Traditional Surgical Procedure

FeaturesLaser SurgeryOpen Surgery
Cuts and wounds
 No
 Yes
Pain
 Painless
 Painful
Recurrence
 No
 Yes
Procedure
 Same Day
 Time taking
Rest after surgery
 Can resume work
 1-2 month rest
Invasive
 Minimum
 Large
Risk of Infection
 Very Less
 High
Bleeding due to Cuts and Stitches
 Very Less
 More Bleeding
Recovery
 Fast
 Time Taking
Success
 High
 Low
Post-Operative Discomfort
 Less
 High
Procedure
 Same Day
 Time Taking

What is Fistula?

An anal fistula is a small channel that can develop between the end of the bowel and the skin near the anus. It is common among those who had the earlier anal abscess. An anal abscess is an infected cavity which is filled with pus. It is formed when anal abscess drained and not healed properly. It may cause bleeding or discharge while passing stools which may be more painful. If the anal fistula becomes severe, drainage may persist for a long time

Cause

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Ongoing illness that affects bowels

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Diverticulitis

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Anal abscess

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Tuberculosis

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Sexually transmitted diseases

Symptoms

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Pain, which is usually constant, throbbing and worse when the patient is sitting down

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Skin irritation around the anus

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Swelling, Redness, and Tenderness

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Discharge of pus or blood

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Infection may worsen and lead to perianal sepsis leading to Fever

Risks

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Anal cancer

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Inflammatory bowel disease

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Ulcerative colitis

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Tuberculosis

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Diabetes

Treatment

Diagnosis

Doctors usually diagnose an anal fistula by examining the area around the anus. To determine the depth and direction of the fistula tract doctor can produce drainage from the external opening. If Fistula is not visible on skin surface, additional test like Anoscopy, in this test to see inside your rectum and anus a special instrument i used. To better define the Fistula Doctor may order an MRI or Ultrasound as well.

Procedure

As per the medical invention, Fistula treatments techniques are divided into two categories like:-

  • Laser Surgery of Anal Fistula
  • Traditional Surgical Method of Fistula Treatments

Laser Surgery of Anal Fistula: In this technique, laser energy radial emitting user probe is inserted into the fistulous tract which destroys fistula epithelium and obliterates the rest of the fistula channel/ tract. Laser Techniques is preferred over the Open methods of Anal Fistula treatments due to:-

  • Fastest relief and recovery
  • Quick and Painless Treatment
  • Resume normal activities within 24 hours
  • No diet restrictions
  • No repeated Doctor visits
  • No Daily Dressings
  • Can be done in all age groups with less risk involved

Traditional Methods: The method based on the cuts and suturing which can be painful and may take time to heal the problem. It generally includes:-

  • Fistulotomy
  • Seton Placement
  • Fibrin Glue Application or Collagen plug

Treatments of Anal Fistula can be provided after analyzing the disease from the root. If you and your family member is suffering from the Anal Fistula, it is always recommended to consult your nearest Fistula Surgeon to treat Anal Fistula in an effective manner.

Diet/Instruction

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Eat Parental nutrients

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Prefer to take Electrolytes and fluids

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Take Enteral nutrients

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Avoid high sugar content products

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Fatty, fried and refined foods should be avoided

Why Pristyn Care for Fistula?

World's most advaned laser surgery for Fistula

Pristyn Care specializes in providing the best treatment for Fistula. With our own team of doctors across 3 cities, we deliver personalized care according to your medical needs. Our easy admission to discharge process and world class infrastructure ensures a hassle free experience.

Patient Care

Patient Care

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Hassle-free experience

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All insurances accepted

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24*7 personal coordinator

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Post surgery Exercise and Diet plan

Experience

Experience

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Doctors specially trained in laser surgeries

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10+ years surgery experience

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10000+ surgeries done

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Vast network of Clinics, diagnostic center and hospitals

Advance Technology

Advance Technology

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Painless procedure with no cuts

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No recurrence

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USFDA approved laser proceedings

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Most Advanced Laser technology

Facilities

Facilities

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1- Day discharge

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No Cost EMI

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Free post surgery follow up

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Free Pick up & Drop Facility for surgery

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Hassle-free experience

done  

All insurances accepted

done  

24*7 personal coordinator

done  

Post surgery Exercise and Diet plan

done  

Doctors specially trained in laser surgeries

done  

10+ years surgery experience

done  

10000+ surgeries done

done  

Vast network of Clinics, diagnostic center and hospitals

done  

Painless procedure with no cuts

done  

No recurrence

done  

USFDA approved laser proceedings

done  

Most Advanced Laser technology

done  

1- Day discharge

done  

No Cost EMI

done  

Free post surgery follow up

done  

Free Pick up & Drop Facility for surgery

Most Frequently Asked Questions

What is Extrasphincteric Fistula?

Extrasphincteric Fistula is called when channel/tract starts at the rectum and extends downward through levator ani muscle and opens around the anus.

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What is Suprasphincteric Fistula?

Suprasphincteric Fistula is called when channel/tract starts in the gap between internal and external sphincter muscles and turns upward to puborectal muscle and then extends downward between the puborectalis and levator ani muscle.

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What is Transsphincteric Fistula?

Transsphincteric Fistula is called when channel/tract starts in the space between the internal and external sphincter muscles or in the space behind the anus. It crosses the external sphincter and opens outside the anal opening.

What is Intersphincteric Fistula?

Intersphincteric Fistula is called when the channel or tract starts between the internal & external sphincter muscles and opens very close to anal opening.

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