Anal fistula usually occurs as a result of an infection or an abscess (collection of pus) in the anus. It can also be caused by conditions that affect the bowel specified as inflammatory bowel disease or Crohn's disease. approximately have a single connection running from the rectum to the skin. Sometimes they cross the muscles that control the opening and closing of the anus (sphincter muscles). Symptoms and signs of an orifice fistula include: If you mortal these symptoms visit your GP. Your GP will usually refer you to a doctor colorectal md (a doctor specialising in conditions that affect the bowel).
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My 25 year old daughter has a Crohn's-related fistula that is below her belly fastener and it just won't seem to heal up. Her doctor wants her to go on Remicade or one of the extra strong medicines but with all the bad holding we've heard about them, we have been hoping to find a natural method to heal it. A gal at a health store told us that she has heard good things about unquiet oregano oil and she said it was a natural antibiotic.
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An opening fissure is a superficial linear tear in the anoderm most normally caused by passage of a large, hard stool. Anal fissures are among the nearly common anorectal disorders in the pediatric population; however, adults also are affected. An anal fistula is an inflammatory tract betwixt the anal canal and skin. The 4 categories of fistulas, based on the relationship of fistula to sphincter muscle muscles, are intersphincteric, transsphincteric, suprasphincteric, and extrasphincteric.