Therapeutic of anal fistulaALOE.
Hemorrhoidal congestions; the hemorrhoids bleed often and profusely; protrude like grapes, with much tenesmus. "Fistula in ano; it has never disappointed me."-Dr. Boyd.
. Obstinate constipation, with hemorrhoids. "Fistula in ano, in young man."-Hg. "Numerous circumanal condylomata, and syphilitic diathesis."-Hg.
It has cured fistula in and fig warts of the anus with ulceration.
The stools of Berberis are accompanied by violent burning in the anus, as if the surrounding parts were sore; frequent or constant desire for stool. These symptoms have suggested the use of Berberis in fistula of the anus.
Fistula in ano, with itching there; short cough and chest complaints.
Fistula since two or three months, with a troublesome short cough and morbid appearance; after Berb. 18 cent., cough ceased in forty-eight hours, fistula improved for two weeks; then a biliary colic which he had not had for three years, but frequently before (Coloc.); fistula improving; furuncle appeared for several weeks; a kind of tetter on edge of anus remained.
Fistula recti when attended with bilious symptoms.
Great soreness and pain through entire back from sacrum to shoulders, greatly increased whenever patient performed any labor. Fistula in ano.
FISTULA IN AND, WITH STICKING IN THE PARTS, PARTICULARLY IF COMPLICATED WITH COUGH (N.).
Furuncles. Fistula in ano.
Fistula in ano, with violent palpitation and oppression of heart.
Anal fistula, alternating with chest symptoms (B.).
Fistula ani alternating with chest symptoms; Fistula ani, in persons who have pains in joints with every spell of cold, stormy weather.
Fistula in tuberculosis subjects.
Stools and Anus: Hemorrhoids oozing a watery fluid all the time. Fistula ani alternating with chest symptoms - as the fistula is worse at one time, the chest troubles grow better, and vice versa.
Painful abscesses about the anus in cases of fistula.
Fistula ani with constipation, piles and ulceration.
Rumbling and tightness in the abdomen. Constipation with very difficult stool; difficult soft stool; insufficient stool. Constipation during menses. Stool dry, hard, knotty, large, light colored. diarrhea in the morning and at night; painful diarrhea during menses, with stool bloody, frequent, offensive, purulent, watery; dysentery with scanty mucus, purulent and bloody stool; constriction of the anus. It has cured fistula in ano.
Lachesis has a number of times cured fistula in ano when associated with this feeling as if a hammer continually hammered the little fistulous pipe.
This has been a most useful remedy in fistula fissures condylomata polypi carbuncles cancer of the rectum and hemorrhoids - when the symptoms agree. It has cured carbuncles so sensitive that the patient would cry out when they were touched.
Fistula; fissures; polypi; cancer of rectum.
Fistula (3), fissures (3), condylomata (3), polypi (2), carbuncles, cancer (2) and hemorrhoids (3) (JTK)
It has cured prolapses, fistula, and even fissure.
Silicea may be given with good result in all forms of ulcers, both benign and malignant. Its distinctive features are ulcers from bone diseases, as caries or necrosis, scrofulous ulcers which appear about joints, ulcers which appear in the back from vertebral caries, and ulcers which appear about the hip in hip-disease, particularly if connecting with fistulae. The pus is thin and offensive, and often mixed with blood and sometimes with little particles looking like cheese. There is very little tendency to heal spontaneously. These ulcers are relieved by warm and aggravated by cold applications.
EVERY HURT FESTERS; stubborn suppuration; fistulae; abscess; proud flesh; indurations; cicatrices, etc
Intensely painful hemorrhoids; protrude after stool, become incarcerated and suppurate; often accompanied with fistula.
Women with weakened sexual organs; serous cysts in the vagina, fistulous openings and abscesses about the vulva, which heal with hard nodules or do not heal at all; little oozing fistulae, offensive cheesy discharges (JTK)
Fistula in ano (Berb., Calc-P., Sil.)
An old rectal fistula becomes aggravated during the first days, with an increased painful soreness and itching in the anus and a more profuse suppuration, till after four weeks a violent catarrh breaks out, with very great febrile coldness, dry heat, and delirium, perspiration in the morning, and sour taste in the mouth. With this fever the trouble in the rectum disappears. The fever continues five days, obliging him to lie down, with a fatiguing drawing pain, extending from the forehead on the right side down over the cheeks into the cervical muscles and around the shoulder, with constipation, and at last ending with diarrhea for several days, followed by improved health, while the copious fluent catarrh frequently recurs, often for several hours, suddenly coming and going. In the tenth month there appears close to the anus a superficial white, suppurating spot, as large as a penny, together with a similar one on the inner surface of the lower lip, which slowly healed, after which the health was more and more established. (A fistula in the rectum gradually became smaller in the second week and healed, but in the third week it swelled about the fistula, became painful, and broke out again). (The fistula is swollen, painful, and inflamed, with burning and sticking in it), (fifty-second days). Frequent prolapses of the rectum, becoming larger or smaller and difficult to reduce. The rectum and urinary bladder seem paralyzed. During stool, violent pain in the rectum, so that she obliged to desist. Boring from within outward, as from a worm, in the rectum after an evacuation. Internal irritation in the rectum after ineffectual straining at stool, with evacuation of only some dark-red blood, with a distressing jerking sensation like an ineffectual straining at stool. A peculiar sensation in the anus as if the blood were moving back and forth in the vessels, with a sensation as of a cord extending from the anus through the lower extremity to the heel were made tense, associated with an asleep sensation, first in one foot, then in both.
Fistula in ano". Now the surgeons nearly all advocate that if there is a fistulous opening around the anus it must be operated upon. Homeopathy cures such cases. I have not operated on one for twenty years.
The remedy that is indicated for the patient will cure the patient and the fistula. Above all things they should not be operated on.
It is a dangerous thing to operate upon a fistula in ano. It is a very serious matter.
sajjadakram635 on 2006-04-25
♡ PANKAJ VARMA last decade
I too would like to add my appreciation of your efforts in documenting the remedies used in the treatment of Anal Fistulas.
Keep up the good work.
♡ Joe De Livera last decade
i am having fistula in ano with two opening since last 7 yrs
i have been taking hepa sulp 200 daily once & silicea 1000 once a week
though i have some relief but
it once the opening is closed
the pus gets collected then its very painful
i am taking the right medicines else please prescribe some other medicines n plz let me know the time it will take to cure completly
RAJ1976 last decade
You are invited to post your problem on the Fistula Thread which is dedicated to curing patients who present Ano Rectal ailments which are usually very difficult to be cured on:
♡ Joe De Livera last decade
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