How to Treat Rectovaginal Fistula Without Surgery And Colostomy?

It is hard to cope with severe symptoms of rectovaginal fistula caused by radiation therapy.

Most patients are usually desperate because their quality of life decreases significantly. Surgical and therapeutic methods do not offer a permanent solution. In fact, they often have so many severe side effects.

But there's another option of treating rectovaginal fistula asides from surgery and colostomy. This option has been provided by Swiss Medica specialists who have developed a new method based on stromal-vascular fraction (SVF) injections.

This method could result in complete fistula healing without fear of relapse. So patients can avoid or stop using colostomy. And it has already helped many women from all over the world.

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What Can Be Expected As the Treatment Result?
All patients with rectovaginal fistula treated with the SVF showed complete recovery and, as a result, experienced a significant improvement in their quality of life. An important advantage of this approach is the absence of side effects and relapses.

The results of the ongoing study [1] were presented during the scientific and practical conference "Modern Treatment of Rectovaginal Fistula" [2]. Complete healing of post-radiation rectovaginal fistula has been noted in all patients (a total of 34) that had participated in the study and had been treated with SVF. No relapses were observed and all patients no longer need a colostomy.
This information provided on this site is for informational purposes only and should not be considered as a guaranteed result for every case. The treatment result depends on many factors.

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Based on your present condition, our doctors will assess whether you're a candidate for the therapy and will help you go over:

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Dr. Aleksandra Fetyukhina, MD
General practitioner. Medical advisor, Swiss Medica doctor.
MD, PhD Viacheslav Vasilyev
Plastic Surgeon, Surgical Oncologist, Author of the methodology and clinical trials

- Board of Oncology 2007
- Board of General Surgery 2008
- Board of Plastic Surgery 2012

- American Society of Plastic Surgeons ASPS (International Member)
- International Society of Plastic Regenerative Surgery ISPRES (Member in good standing)
- Russian Society of Plastic Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgeons, 2014-present
- Association of Plastic Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgeons of Chelyabinsk Oblast, 2009-present
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MD, PhD Viacheslav Vasilyev
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Patients' feedback, articles, and testimonials provided on this site are for informational purposes only and should not be considered as a guaranteed result for every case of illness.

The treatment result depends on the disease, patient's condition, number of treatment procedures, etc.