Fistula in ano

The fistula is the tunnel that connects the gland to that opening. Most of the time, an abscess causes a fistula. It’s rare, but they can also come from conditions like tuberculosis, sexually transmitted diseases, or an ongoing illness that affects your bowels.
An anal fistula is a small tunnel that develops between the end of the bowel and the skin near the anus (where poo leaves the body). They’re usually the result of an infection near the anus causing a collection of pus (abscess) in the nearby tissue. When the pus drains away, it can leave a small channel behind.

Symptoms of an anal fistula

  • Skin irritation around the anus
  • A constant, throbbing pain that may be worse when you sit down, move around, poo or cough
  • Smelly discharge from near your anus
  • Passing pus or blood
  • Swelling and redness around your anus

Is it curable?

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