Ksharsutra is a specialized Ayurvedic treatment that involves the use of a medicated thread to treat anal fistula, piles, and other anorectal disorders. This treatment has been used in India for centuries and has gained popularity for its high success rate and minimal recurrence.
The Ksharsutra thread is made up of various herbs that possess medicinal properties. The thread is coated with a herbal paste and then dried, making it strong enough to be inserted into the fistula tract. The thread is left in place, and the herbs slowly release their healing properties into the affected area.
The Ksharsutra thread acts as a natural cautery, destroying the fistula tissue and promoting the growth of healthy tissue. Over time, the thread causes the fistula tract to shrink, eventually closing the fistula.
Ksharsutra treatment is minimally invasive and can be performed on an outpatient basis. The procedure is performed under local anesthesia, and patients can usually return to their daily activities within a day or two after the procedure.
One of the advantages of Ksharsutra treatment is that it has a high success rate and a low recurrence rate. Unlike other treatments for fistula, Ksharsutra treatment does not require multiple sessions, and the healing process is relatively quick.
Ksharsutra is a highly effective Ayurvedic treatment for anal fistula and other anorectal disorders. It is a safe, minimally invasive, and effective alternative to traditional surgical treatments. If you have any further questions or would like to learn more about Ksharsutra, please consult an Ayurvedic practitioner or specialist.