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Anal fistula

Is a small channel that can develop between the end of the bowel and the skin near the anus. An anal fistula can cause bleeding and discharge when passing stools - and can be painful. An anal fistula can occur after surgery to drain an anal abscess.

Symptoms:

  • Recurrent anal abscesses
  • Pain and swelling around the anus
  • Pain with bowel movements
  • Bleeding
  • Bloody or foul-smelling drainage (pus) from an opening around the anus. The pain may decrease after the fistula drains.
  • Irritation of the skin around the anus due to persistent drainage
  • Fever, chills, and a general feeling of fatigue. (However, these may be symptoms of many conditions.)

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Doctors

Operating surgeon Candidate of Medical Science
Coloproctologist Candidate of Medical Science, the highest qualification category, specialisation «Coloproctology»

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