A fistula is an abnormal, tube-like connection that forms between two organs or vessels that are lined with epithelial cells.
When a fistula forms between the anal canal and skin near the anus, bleeding, pain and discharge may occur when a person passes stools. Other possible symptoms of an anal fistula include swelling, tenderness, redness surrounding the anus, constipation and fever. A fistula may develop after a patient has undergone surgery to drain an anal abscess. In some cases, the fistula leads to persistent drainage and in other cases, recurrent anal abscesses may occur if the outside of the channel opening closes.Vedagram has the best results in treating fistula in ano through ayurvedic care.