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Anal fissure
I have been suffering from An anal fissure which has been aggravated off late it bleeds every time I go to the loo. Please help
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Take stool softeners like syrup Lactihep 3 teaspoons at night ,avoid spicy ,oily ,chillies ,take curd ,Warm milk with Softovac powder at night -call 98 11 0 31 6 5 6
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*Constipation. *Straining,high internal sphincter tone. *More common in females during middle life. *Pain sharp,agonising pain during defecation and lasing an hour or more. *Stools are streaked with blood.
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*Digital examination and anoscopic ex - amination.
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*High roughage diet *Plenty of oral fluids. *Surgery for chronicfissures pertial lat- eral internal sphincteroiomy can be op- ted for. I sugest the homoeo treatment & consult homoeo Doctor. Thanks,11/01/2017.
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Hello.......An anal fissure is a small tear or crack in the lining of the anus.Most anal fissures don’t require extensive treatment,using over the counter stool softeners ,taking fiber supplements and increasing intake of fibrous foods helps you.. Ultimately surgery is the final option..
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