Hello dear Fistula co-sufferrers!
I have a mid to high transphicteric fistula and a draining seton in site since the beginning of August 2017, almost a month now! As you may have read in my other posts I got no problems so far and the draining is progressively decreasing. Overall I would say a bearable experience.
My question is the following:
I've read in various academic papers that the draining seton "migrates" a fistula from high to low over time, so that fistulotomy / fistulectomy is easier.Has anyone in here had this experience in practice?
Your feedback is greatly appreciated as always.
All the best & keep the spirits up!!! Time is your friend with fistulas - In the end they lose
Post Edited (Dimitri71) : 8/25/2017 2:10:38 AM (GMT-6)