What Everyone Must Know About Difference Between Piles, Fissures, and Fistula

What Everyone Must Know About Difference Between Piles, Fissures, and Fistula

Piles, Fissures, and Fistula are very common in todays world population, but they are the most painful and unpleasant conditions of Ano-rectal anatomy. According to recent reports, 50% of people across India suffer from these painful conditions. Everyday we come across various questions relating to piles, fissures, and fistula which makes the patients feel a little low.

Patients with these anal conditions has to go through severe pain and are asked to undergo an open surgery. However, people can now easily get rid of piles, fissures, and fistula by getting treatment done from the best ayurvedic doctor in hyderabad.

Difference Between Piles, Fissures, and Fistula

Understanding Piles

Hemorrhoids (Piles) is an unpleasant condition that occurs due to swelling of blood vessels in the walls of the rectum and anus. They are indicated by continuous bleeding, pain, and irritation during bowel movements. They are most likely to occur during pregnancy, constant constipation, chronic diarrhoea, and straining. Piles can occur both inside and outside the anus.

Types of Piles:

Depending upon the severity, piles are categorized into 4 grades, as follows.

Grade I – Acute Piles with mild pain, itching, and heaviness in the rectum
Grade II – Repeated bleeding, itching, burning sensation, and feeling of a prolapse
Grade III – Painful defecation, heavy recurrent bleeding, uncontrollable itching, and feeling of a grown prolapse
Grade IV – Prolapse becomes irreducible

Here the good news is, You can treat piles permanently without hospital stay with a method of ksharakarma with our best ayurvedic treatment for piles in Hyderabad .

Understanding Fissures

Fissures are the breakage in the inner lining of the anus. This is also a painful condition that results from frequent bowel movements or passing of hard stools. It isn’t a serious condition, and heals on its own in one to two weeks. But this is not the case with chronic fissure, and can take much longer to heal.

Anal fissures are more likely to occur in individuals suffering from medical ailments like Crohn’s or ulcerative colitis, Anal cancer, Leukemia, STDs and HIV. Men and women aging between 20 and 40 are highly prone to this condition. It can be treated in our best ayurvedic treatment for anal fissures without complication nor hospital stay

Understanding Fistula

In anal fistula, a small channel is created between the surface of the anus and end of the bowel. This condition occurs as a result of infection, or inflammation to the bowel. It causes discomfort, skin irritation and requires medical intervention. There is a best treatment which our doctor perform’s  ksharasutra and IFTAK method. Zero complication and Zero hospital stay.

How to Identify Piles, Fissures, and Fistula

Check if it’s Piles

Make sure that you visit your doctor and opt for best piles treatment in India, if you notice any of these symptoms.

  • Painful lump around the anus
  • Bleeding after a bowel movement
  • Excessive anal bleeding
  • Fecal incontinence
  • Infection or a blood clot
  • Anal fistula

Check if it’s Fissures

Here are a few indications of fissures and if you experience any of these symptoms, Book an appointment immediately with the doctor and get the best Fissures Treatment in Hyderabad, India.

  • Pain that worsens with bowel movements
  • Recurring constipation and even fecal impaction
  • Discomfort and frequent urination
  • Inability to urine
  • Mild bleeding and itching

Check if it’s Fistula

Consult a doctor, if you have any of these symptoms for best fistula treatment in India.

  • Pain and swelling around the anus
  • Constant urine leakage
  • Frequent urinary tract infections (UTIs)
  • Painful bowel movements
  • Bleeding around the anus
  • Foul-smelling discharge from the anus
  • Diarrhoea and abdominal pain

How Are They All Different

Basis for Comparison Piles Fissures Fistula
Meaning This condition occurs due to swelling of blood vessels in the walls of the rectum and anus. This condition occurs due to the breakage in the inner lining of the anus. In this condition, a small channel is created between the surface of the anus and end of the bowel.
Types
  1. Internal Hemorrhoids (Grade I)
  2. External Hemorrhoids (Grade II)
  3. Prolapsed Hemorrhoids (Grade III)
  4. Thrombosed Hemorrhoids (Grade IV)
  1. Acute anal fissure
  2. Chronic anal fissure
  1.  Intersphincteric fistula
  2. Transphincteric fistula
  3.  Suprasphincteric fistula
  4.  Extrasphincteric fistula
Causes
  1. Pregnancy
  2. Constant constipation
  3. Chronic diarrhoea
  4. Straining
  1. Constipation
  2. Anal fissure postpartum (pregnancy)
  3. Persistent diarrhea
  4. Sexually Transmitted Infection (STI’s)
  5.  Inflammatory bowel disease (IBD)
  6. Previous anal surgery
  7. Anal cancer
  1.  Anal abscess
  2.  Crohn’s disease
  3. Diverticulitis
  4.  Hidradenitis suppurativa
  5. Tuberculosis (TB) or HIV
  6. Previous surgery near the anus
Symptoms
  1.  Painful lump around the anus
  2. Bleeding after a bowel movement
  3. Excessive anal bleeding
  4. Fecal incontinence
  5. Infection or a blood clot
  6. Anal fistula

 

  1. Pain that worsens with bowel movements
  2. Recurring constipation and
  3. even fecal impaction
  4. Discomfort and frequent urination Inability to urine
  5. Mild bleeding and itching

 

  1.  Pain and swelling around the anus
  2. Constant urine leakage
  3. Frequent urinary tract infections (UTIs)
  4. Painful bowel movements
  5. Bleeding around the anus
  6. Foul-smelling discharge from the anus
  7. Diarrhoea and abdominal pain

 

Diagnosis
  1. Digital examination
  2. Virtual inspection
  3. Colonoscopy
  1. Physical examination
  2. Anoscopy
  3. Sigmoidoscopy
  4. Colonoscopy
  1. Physical exam
  2. X-rays or a CT scan
  3. Colonoscopy

 

Treatment
  1. Medications
  2. External hemorrhoid thrombectomy
  3. Minimally invasive procedures
  4. Surgery
  5. Ksharakarma
  1. Medications
  2. Botox for anal fissure
  3. Sphincterotomy
  1. Fistulotomy
  2. Seton techniques
  3. Advancement flap procedure
  4. LIFT procedure
  5. Endoscopic ablation
  6. Laser surgery
  7. Fibrin glue
  8. Bioprosthetic plug
  9. Ksharasutra
  10.  IFTAK

Conclusion

Piles, Fissures, and Fistula are common diseases and affect people of all age groups. It is an unpleasant condition which can be cured when you choose the effective treatment for piles, fissures, and fistula. With the right treatment and care, you can get rid of conditions of Ano-rectal anatomy.

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