Perianal Abscess Treatment

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Peri-anal Abscess Treatment

Peri-anal abscesses are the most common type of ano-rectal abscesses. These abscesses can cause sever pain, fever and discomfort for patients. They are located at the anal verge and if left untreated can extend into the ischio-anal space or inter-sphincteric space since these areas are continuous with the peri-anal space. They can also cause systemic infection if left untreated and complications like fistula in ano. Peri-anal abscess is curable by ayurvedic treatment. Anal abscess can form fistula in ano if not treated properly.

What is an Anal Abscess?

Just inside the anus are a number of small glands that make mucus. Occasionally, these glands get clogged and can become infected. This leads to a painful condition in which a collection of pus develops near the anus. This pus collection is called as anal abscess. About half of these abscesses may develop into a fistula.

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90% of all ano-rectal abscesses are caused by non-specific obstruction and subsequent infection of the glandular crypts of the rectum or anus.

Anorectal abscesses may occur in the perianal, ischiorectal, intersphincteric, supralevator or submucosal spaces. Anorectal abscesses are collections of pus within dermis and deeper skin tissues, most often due to crypto glandular infection or associated inflammatory bowel disease. Perianal abscesses are the most common type of anorectal abscess.

In around 80% of cases, anal fistulae are secondary to a cryptogenic (infectious) process involving the anal glands. Infection of the anal glands leads to abscess formation in the inter-sphincteric planes which can then bud in different directions. Once the tract reaches an epithelized surface, it completes a fistula.

Abscess and related fistula

Perianal Abscess

How is Anal Abscess diagnosed?

  • Physical Examination :

Doctor will look for pain, redness, and swelling in the anal area. The doctor will then try to determine how deep the abscess is. Sometimes the abscess may be deeper than a physical examination. In that case doctor may need further tests to confirm the structure of fistula –

Some patients may need to perform additional tests to check involvement of other diseases like Tuberculosis.(T.B) , Cancer, IBS ( Inflammatory bowel Syndrome), Ulcerative colitis , Crohn’s disease, Sexually transmitted diseases (STD).

How to cure peri anal abscess without surgery?

The main purpose should be remove the pus / infection out of body. This is natural reaction of body where it isolates any kind of infection to avoid further damage. In the drainage surgery, this infection is drained by taking incision. But according to Ayurvedic concepts, if we help body to “ripe” the abscess quickly, it will automatically burst out. Many times there is no need of surgery to drain.

Ayurvedic Treatment for perianal abscess

In our clinic in India, we treat abscess only by Ayurvedic medicines. In our 21 years research under Dr. Prasad Bapat’s guidance, we found that the pain anal abscess is due to the pressure of blocked infection. We just need to let it burst.

Use of herbal medicines and pultis of certain herbs on the swelling helps the abscess to “ripe” very fast. In 4 to 10 days the infection makes its way toward the skin. Once the abscess bursts, the pus comes out automatically. It reduces the pain too.

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Surgical Treatment of Anal Abscess

Due to severe pain, many times patient become panic and want immediate relief. There is no instant relief in case of Anal Abscess. There is only one surgical option available in emergency situation.

Incision and drainage –

Warning : We don’t practice the surgical treatment mentioned below. It is mentioned just for the knowledge of patients.

Under anesthesia, doctor take a cut on the skin to let burst and drain the infection locked inside skin. This procedure is followed by daily dressing and antibiotics.