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Feces gets out of my bladder.
Discussion in 'All Categories' started by Sakil Ahmaed - Oct 18th, 2016 6:47 pm.
Sakil Ahmaed
Sakil Ahmaed
Here's a brief description about my past surgeries:
Jan 2014 I had an accident and a metal object went through my abdomen, so comes my first surgery, I ended up with colostomy, the next 4 surgeries was corrections because of some inflammations in abdomen, resulted in an ileostomy beside the colostomy. In September I went through my sixth surgery to close Colostomy and rejoin rectum. After surgery by 4-5 weeks I have done colonoscopy and found that my colon closed due to adhesion (Check Soba Report).

After that I went to India, Fortis hospital to correct my situation, in August 2015. They have done first surgery and failed to reach closure site due to adhesion they said, instead they gave me a hole in my bladder, claimed it will heal after short time, but after one week I suffered from pain in my penis and my bladder and noticed feces in my urine. I went back to hospital, done another surgery, changed ileostomy from loop to end, and claimed to treat bladder injury they caused. But I still till this moment suffer from this injury and still air and some times feces gets out of my bladder.

In July 2016, went back to India to Zydus hospital, and done Colonoscopy and CT scan. I attached their report, which describes my current situation.
re: Feces gets out of my bladder. by Dr Rahul - Oct 19th, 2016 3:03 pm
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Dr Rahul
Dr Rahul
Dear Sakil

Fecaluria is the medical term for the presence of fecal particles in the urine as a result of passing feces through the urethra when urinating (voiding). It is a fairly uncommon urinary problem and is almost always associated with a fistula between the colon or rectum and the bladder (enterovesical fistula). Less frequently, it may be due to a fistula between the rectum and urethra or colon and ureter. The most common causes of this problem is injury to the bladder during previous surgery, Inflammatory bowel disease, bladder cancer and rectal cancer are some other cause.

Colovesical fistulae can almost always be treated with resection of the involved segment of colon and primary reanastomosis. Fistulae due to inflammation are generally managed with resection of the primarily affected diseased segment of intestine, with repair of the bladder only when large visible defects are present. The bladder usually heals uneventfully with temporary urethral catheter drainage. Suprapubic tube diversion is an option but is not necessary.
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