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Surgery for an anal fistula is usually carried out under general anaesthetic. In many cases, its not necessary to stay in hospital overnight afterwards. The aim of surgery is to heal the fistula while avoiding damage to the sphincter muscles, the ring of muscles that open and close the anus, which could potentially result in loss of bowel control (bowel incontinence). Anal fistula is a chronic abnormal communication between the epithelialised surface of the anal canal and usually the perianal skin. An anal fistula can be described as a narrow tunnel with its internal opening in the anal canal and its external opening in the skin near the anus. Anal fistulae commonly occur in people with a history of anal abscesses. An anal fistula is defined as a small tunnel with an internal opening in the anal canal and an external opening in the skin near the anus. Anal fistulas form when an anal abscess, thats drained, doesnt heal completely. Different types of anal fistulas are classified by their location. Although surgery is necessary, it should be noted that anal fistula surgery is not without risk. The most common concern associated with surgery is a loss of bowel continence. Particularly when a procedure involves cutting through the anal sphincter, incontinence is a serious concern. After having surgery to remove an anal fistula, you should be able to move around and eat and drink after the effects of the anaesthetic painkilling medication have worn off. Anal fistula what is an anal fistula? An anal fistula is a small tunnel that connects an abscess, an infected cavity in the anus, to an opening on the skin around the anus. The anus is the external opening through which feces are expelled from the body. Anal fistulas can cause unpleasant symptoms, such as discomfort and skin irritation, and will not usually get better on their own.