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Get relief from anal fissure through Homeopathy

  • Team Ehomeoz
  • 13 Sep 2018
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An anal fissure is a small cut or tear in the lining of the anus. The crack in the skin exposes the muscle tissue underneath, causing severe pain and bleeding during and after bowel movements.

 It may occur as a result of childbirth, straining during bowel movements, or long bouts of constipation or diarrhea.

Symptoms Signs and symptoms  include:

Pain, sometimes severe, during bowel movements Pain after bowel movements that can last up to several hours Bright red blood on the stool or toilet paper after a bowel movement Itching or irritation around the anus A visible crack in the skin around the anus A small lump or skin tag on the skin near it Causes Common causes  include: Passing large or hard stools Constipation and straining during bowel movements Chronic diarrhea Inflammation of the anorectal area, caused by Crohn's disease or another inflammatory bowel disease Childbirth Less common

Causes of anal fissures include:

Anal cancer HIV Tuberculosis Syphilis Herpes Risk factors Factors that may increase your risk of developing an anal fissure include: Infancy. Many infants experience an anal fissure during their first year of life; experts aren't sure why. Aging. Older adults may develop an anal fissure partly due to slowed circulation, resulting in decreased blood flow to the rectal area. Constipation. Straining during bowel movements and passing hard stools increase the risk of tearing. Childbirth. Anal fissures are more common in women after they give birth.  

Complications Complications of anal fissure can include:

Failure to heal. If it fails to heal within six weeks is considered chronic and may need further treatment. Recurrence. Once you've experienced it , you are prone to having another one. A tear that extends to surrounding muscles. An anal fissure may extend into the ring of muscle that holds your anus closed (internal anal sphincter), making it more difficult for your anal fissure to heal. An unhealed fissure can trigger a cycle of discomfort that may require medications or surgery to reduce the pain and to repair or remove the fissure.

Homeopathic Medicines:- 

1.Merc sol
2.Merc cor
3.Acid nit
7.Thuja Etc.

Self medication can be dangerous Consult our Homeopathy specialist to treat your fissure Related problem.

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