Homeopathy Medicine for Perianal Abscesses
Perianal Abscesses are the most common type of anorectal abscesses.
An abscess is a localised collection of infected fluid, and the most typical type of anorectal abscess is located at the anal verge and, if left untreated, can extend into the ischioanal space or intersphincteric space. Since these areas are continuous with the perianal space, if left untreated, they can also result in systemic infection.
Causes of Perianal Abscesses :
When bacteria become trapped in the crypt glands that line the anal canal, the infection results in a superficial infection called a perianal abscess, which manifests as a tender, red lump under the skin close to the anus.
A perianal abscess is a specific type of anorectal abscess that is confined to the perianal space. Patients with recurrent or complex abscesses should be evaluated for Crohn’s disease. Ninety percent of all anorectal abscesses are caused by non-specific obstruction and subsequent infection of the glandular crypts of the rectum or anus.
Symptoms of Perianal Abscesses
Frequently connected with are superficial anal abscesses
1. Constant, throbbing pain that gets worse when you sit down
2. Anus-related skin irritation, including tenderness, swelling, and redness
3. Discharge of pus
4. Pain when having a bowel movement or constipation
Additionally, deeper anal abscesses could be linked to
Deep anal abscesses occasionally have no other symptoms besides fever.
Diagnosis of Perianal Abscesses
Anal trauma, anal fissure, anal fistula, thrombosed external hemorrhoids, pilonidal cysts, buttocks abscesses, cellulitis, Crohn’s disease, ulcerative colitis, malignancy, proctitis, HIV/AIDS, other sexually transmitted diseases, Bartholin’s abscess, and hidradenitis suppurativa are among the differential diagnoses for a pe
2. Recurrent Abscess
3. Fistula formation
4. Fecal Incontinence
Homeopathic Treatment of Perianal Abscesses
1. Myristica –Due to its propensity to speed up the suppurative process, it is effective in treating an anal abscess and shortens the healing time and problem resolution.
2. SiliceaIt is helpful to bring about quick discharge of pus and clears out the abscess. It is also used to treat indurations (hardness) that are left behind after an anal abscess (in some cases). This remedy also helps in cases of anal fistula where there is an offensive pus discharge. In such cases, it is helpful to bring about quick discharge of pus and clear out the abscess.
3. HeparSulphUseful for painful, tender anal abscess, which have throbbing, beating, or stabbing pain of any kind, as well as splinter-like pains that are extremely sensitive to touch. Helps to lessen pain and hastens pus formation, which promotes a speedy recovery.
4. CalcareaSulph –When there is a thick, lumpy, yellow pus discharge from an anal abscess that may also contain blood, this remedy is very helpful for both acute and recurrent abscesses.
5. BelladonnaBelladonna is most effective in the early stages of an abscess that has developed around the anus. The area is noticeably red, hot, and inflamed; the pain is throbbing, pulsating, and tender to the touch; and the person may also be running a fever.
6. CausticumAnal fistulas, which cause pain and pulsation in the perineum, are also advised in cases of large, painful boils near the anus that discharge pus, blood, and serum that is extremely sensitive to touch.
7. Merc Sol-Helpful for treating an anal abscess; used when pus discharge is thin, green in color, streaked with blood, putrid, or acrid in nature; and has anal abscess symptoms.
8. CalcareaPhos-Useful for abscesses that are close to the anus and that ooze pus and blood. These abscesses are accompanied by shooting, stitching, throbbing, and, in some cases, burning pains. The anus also feels sore, especially in the morning.
9. PaeoniaUseful for pain that worsens when sitting, during, or after passing stool. Helpful for anal abscesses accompanied by itching and a discharge of foul-smelling fluid at the anus.