Fistula in Ano (BM133)
FISTULA IN ANO
SiliceaD6 60C, Carbo VegD10 100C, Aurum MurD10 100C, Thuja OccD7 70C, Acid NitD7 70C, Ferrum IodD7 70C
Intermittent or persistent discharge from the anal region. Past history of the perianal abscess. Pink or red small lump on the perianal region. Swelling, bleeding, skin excoriation may be the specific symptoms.
A fistula in ano arises as a consequence of an infection of one of the glands that are located within the anal canal. Bacteria that are normally present in the anal glands begin to multiply and form abscess that burrows through the wall of the rectum and to the skin surrounding the anus. Some abscesses will rupture or break open spontaneously. The symptoms of anal fistula includes pain, bleeding, recurrent anal infections, soiling with pus and blood.
Take 10-15 drops 3-4 times a day in 8 oz of water. If you weight less than 100lbs use half a dose or take as prescribed.