Anal Fissure
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An anal fissure is a tear or crack in the lining of the rectum and anus which causes painful bowel movements. It affects people of all ages.


  • Sharp, stinging and burning pain during bowel movements. In severe cases, the pain may last for several hours
  • Itching & Irritation in anus
  • Bleeding during bowel movement


  • Irregular bowel movements
  • Passing hard stool
  • Straining to pass stool
  • Frequent stools

Homoeopathic treatment

Conventional Treatment

Reduces Pain & Inflammation Reduces pain & inflammation
Heals the fissure permanently Heals the fissure
Regulates bowel movements
Treats not only the affected organs and its symptoms but also removes the cause Treats only the affected area
Permanent cure Temporary relief
Specific remedy for each person selected on the basis of both physical and mental generals Common medicines prescribed to all persons
Natural/potentized medicines Synthetic/concentrated medicines
Nil side effects Chain of side effects

Treatment Prognosis:

  • Pain during bowel movements goes away within a couple of days after the treatment
  • Acute or short-term anal fissure heal within 4 -6 weeks

Diet and Lifestyle Changes:

  • Prevent constipation
  • Include fiber rich fruits & vegetables
  • Drink plenty of fluids
  • Improve physical activity
  • Avoid controlling the urge of stool
  • Sitz Bath
  • Sit in a tub of warm water for 20 min for 3-4 times a day. It soothes the torn tissue & relaxes the internal anal sphincter
  • Avoid processed, packaged foods
  • Avoid refined flour

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