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What is Fissure?

It is the skin break or tear that occurs when the skin begins to separate and then pulls apart. These are superficial and can heal quickly with the right fissure treatment. But they can turn into ulcers if they aren't treated. Large open wounds in the skin are referred to as ulcers. Ulcers can impact merely the skin layers, but if left untreated, they can also compromise the underlying muscle and bone tissue.

Types of Fissures:

The two most common types of fissures that occur in the body are:

Tears in the lining of the anus are referred to as anal fissures. Passing hard and large stools are generally the cause of anal fissure. These tears can cause considerable pain and bleeding, before and after the defecation. These can happen to anyone irrespective of their age and gender. Anal cracks can cause multiple distresses including inflammatory, traumatic and neoplastic disorders.

Acute condition can be cured in less than 6 weeks, whereas chronic condition lasts more than 6 weeks. The Chronic fissure is usually difficult to detect, and it may be accompanied by a skin tag-like growth known as Sentinel Pile. However there are multiple anal fissure treatments available today that aid in permanent healing. Thanks to Technology.

Causes of anal fissure may include:

  1. Prolonged Diarrhea & Constipation
  2. Straining to pass bowel movements
  3. Poor cleaning habits
  4. Anal sex
  5. Pregnancy
  6. Vaginal childbirth
  7. Overly tight anal sphincter muscles
  8. Crohn’s disease
  9. Anal cancer
  10. Poor diet & obesity
  11. Sexually-transmitted infections
  12. Inflammatory Bowel Diseases

Foot fissures:

Tears and cracks on the bottom of the foot, usually on the heels, are known as foot fissures. These can turn to become a breeding ground for viral and bacterial infections.

Foot fissures can be caused by:

  1. Excessive dry skin
  2. Diabetes
  3. Thyroid problems
  4. Obesity
  5. Skin problems
  6. Corns and calluses
  7. Bear foot for a long time 
  8. Wearing improper shoes
  9. Age (middle & old ages)

Symptoms of anal fissure:

  1. Tear(s) in the skin around the anus
  2. Itching and burning during bowel
  3. movements in the anal area
  4. Blood streaks on stool and toilet paper
  5. Red Stools
  6. Pus may occur on the anal
  7. Discomfort while urinating
  8. A small skin tag on the skin near the anal

Diagnosis for Anal Fissure:

A doctor can diagnose this condition by physical examination of the anal area. Following are 2 methods of diagnosis: 

Rectal Exam: This method entails putting a finger or a small instrument inserted into the rectum after giving anesthesia.

Sigmoidoscopy or colonoscopy:  In this  method the insides of the anus and rectum are viewed through a flexible viewing tube. If a doctor wants to find out and treat more serious anal disorders, this diagnostic test may be conducted.

Treatment Methods:

An anal fissure can be treated medically as well as surgically. In the case of acute anal fissure, which is generally

caused by constipation, medications can help relieve pain and heal, However, medicines are ineffective in the treatment of chronic fissures, and surgery is usually recommended.

Anal fissures usually heal in a few weeks in the majority of cases but patients should drink plenty of water and natural juices to stay hydrated.

Following are most commonly used anal fissure treatment methods:

  1. Nitrate Ointment
  2. Chemical Sphincterotomy
  3. Internal Sphincterotomy
  4. Fissurectomy
  5. Pilonidal Sinus
  6. Rectal Prolapse
  7. STARR Surgery
  8. Thiersch's procedure
  9. Rectopexy

Non-surgical methods for Anal Fissure Treatment:

The objective of non-surgical anal fissure treatment is to ease pain and soften the stool, making bowel movement easier. The doctor will initially recommend some non-surgical anal fissure treatment options, such as:

  1. Anesthetic creams to aid in relief from pain and discomfort
  2. Blood pressure medications to relax the anal sphincter
  3. Botox injections that paralyze the anal sphincter muscle, to let spasms to relax
  4. Stool-softeners
  5. Taking sitz baths to relax anal muscles

Surgical Methods for Anal Fissure Treatment:

Surgery is indicated in chronic anal fissure treatment and for cases that cannot be cured with non-surgical treatments, then your doctor opts for surgery. Anal fissures are commonly treated with lateral internal Sphincterotomy (LIS) which involves cutting of a small part of the anal muscle to reduce spasms and facilitate healing.

Following are some surgical methods to treat chronic condition:

  1. Lords dilatation
  2. PLIS ( Partial Lateral Internal Sphincterotomy )
  3. Laser surgery


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    The surgery will take up to 30 minutes and you can leave the hospital in 4 hours after the surgery.

      Yes, fissure can be cured permanently with laser treatment after which the patient can resume normal activities within the next two days.

        • Instant relief from pain and discomfort
        • The procedure takes just 30-45 minutes
        • The patient can resume normal activities in the next two days of the surgery
        • No cuts & No scar so no stitches 
        • Minimum post-surgery pain
        • Negligible recurrence rate

          The cost of Anal Fissure Surgery is determined by a number of criteria, including the severity of your health, type of treatment, and so on. so on an average the cost of Laser treatment for fissure in Hyderabad, usually falls between Rs. 30,000 and Rs. 70,000.

            Yes, however you will need to verify this query with your insurance provider.

              Anyone of us can experience anal fissures, so don’t let embarrassment stop you seeking medical advice. Consult a doctor if you feel extreme pain during a bowel movement, find blood in your stools, or the fissure remains for more than six weeks.

                Sometimes negligence can lead to severe complications such as recurrence and extension of the tear to the surrounding muscles. 

                Other possible complications include: 

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