My husband had 6 surgeries for an anal fistula. He has not healed and is in so much pain. What can be done?

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He should see his surgeon to assess the wound and see if he would benefit from referral to a wound care provider.

Answered by Vascular Institute of Chattanooga (View Profile)

He should see his surgeon to assess the wound and see if he would benefit from referral to a wound care provider.

Published on Jul 11, 2012


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