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THE CASE-Patient-male, 45 yrs old, engineer.


[1] purulent blood mixed discharge from opening near anus [Fistula-in -ano]

[2]-pain in anus during and after stools.-10 yrs.


Allopathy and Homoeopathic but ineffective.


Talk, indisposed to, bold, sympathetic, fastidious, hatred to those who offend him, travel, desire for, dwells on sex, lascivious, thirsty, chilly



Energy level-increased,bowels-clear, sleep-fine, no discharge from the opening, feeling very much better


No complaints, feeling fresh and energetic. opening closed completely.

TILL 06-12-2009. He is on placebo therapy. His resistense to diseases is increased tremendously.




DEFINITION: In medicine, a fistula (pl. fistulas or fistulae) is an abnormal[1] connection or passageway between two epithelium-lined organs or vessels that normally do not connect. It is generally a disease condition, but a fistula may be surgically created for therapeutic reasons.

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Comment by Dr.Suresh Jain. on March 12, 2010 at 8:15am
Thanks For ur comments for my FISTULA-IN-ANO case.i would let u more treated caes.-Dr.Suresh jain.
Comment by Dr.Vikas Verma on March 9, 2010 at 11:55am
Dr.Jain ji
Really your case is an eyeopener , and i agree well selected medicine can cure completely ,good work done i hope to read more of your successful cases ,thanks
Comment by Dr.Suresh Jain. on January 14, 2010 at 1:56am
Dear Ranga Sai,
When you prescribe for the constitution giving weightage to the predominent MIASM,you get complete cure of the patient.I am doing it daily.I advise you to read up Dr.Praful Vijaikar's literature to convince yourself.Thanks.
Dr.Suresh Jain.
Comment by Ranga Sai on January 12, 2010 at 12:30pm
I wonder how Nux Vom 200 one does this.
Not very convincing.
Comment by Dr.Suresh Jain. on December 14, 2009 at 1:36am
Dear Regina Rianelli,
Thanks for reading my case of FISTULA-IN-ANO.Your feedback is very rich in feelings.I wiil continue wrtting my cured cases.Wish you and ur family heart felt affection.-Dr.Suresh Jain
Comment by Regina Rianelli on December 13, 2009 at 1:17am
Namaskarams to You and Your Loved ones, Dr. Saab!

CONGRATULATIONS for the CURE in such Study-Case, Dr. Suresh!!!
i took note of it... Thanks for sharing!

may God keeps showering His choicest Blessings on everything You do!

my Best,
Regina Rianelli.
Comment by Debby Bruck on December 6, 2009 at 3:12am
Anorectal abscess is a localized collection of pus due to inflammation of the soft tissue near the rectum or anus. Inflammation may produce an anal fistula — an abnormal opening in the anal skin — that may communicate with the rectum.

Anorectal abscess and fistula: Causes and incidence

The inflammatory process that leads to abscess may begin with an abrasion or tear in the lining of the anal canal, rectum, or perianal skin and subsequent infection by Escherichia coli, staphylococci, or streptococci. Trauma may result from injections for treatment of internal hemorrhoids, enema-tip abrasions, puncture wounds from ingested eggshells or fish bones, or insertion of foreign objects. Other preexisting lesions include infected anal fissure, infections from the anal crypt through the anal gland, ruptured anal hematoma, prolapsed thrombosed internal hemorrhoids, and septic lesions in the pelvis, such as acute appendicitis, acute salpingitis, and diverticulitis. Systemic illnesses that may cause abscesses include ulcerative colitis and Crohn’s disease. However, many abscesses develop without preexisting lesions.

As the abscess produces more pus, a fistula may form in the soft tissue beneath the muscle fibers of the sphincters (especially the external sphincter), usually extending into the perianal skin. The internal (primary) opening of the abscess or fistula is usually near the anal glands and crypts; the external (secondary) opening, in the perianal skin.

The peak incidence of anorectal abscess occurs in people in their 30s and 40s, but there’s also a high occurrence in infants. Men are affected two to three times more often than women. About 30% of patients have a previous history of abscess.

Source: Professional Guide to Diseases (Eighth Edition), 2005

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