Overcoming Anal Pain, Feels Sore And Does Not Go Away?
Fissura ani What is the medicine that hurts because it doesn’t heal when I go to airiin for more than a week, what should I eat? thank you
Thank you for the question.
Anal fissure is a wound / tear on the surface of the anal wall, which usually causes symptoms of pain and bleeding, especially when defecating. This condition is usually caused by the habit of pushing too hard for example when giving birth or when defecating (due to constipation), inflammatory bowel disease, and can also be due to reduced blood flow to the anal area. In general, this condition will improve by itself within 4-6 weeks, and can worsen for more than 8 weeks and require surgery or improve the medical conditions that underlie the appearance of this anal fissure.
The following are things that can reduce complaints from anal fissures:
Using stool softeners that can be purchased freely. Drink more water, at least 2L per day. Eat fiber supplements and foods that contain lots of fiber such as fruits and vegetables to prevent constipation. Using pain relievers on the anal fissure based on doctor's advice. Maintain the cleanliness of the anus by cleaning it with warm water and mild soap. Treating diarrhea quickly and precisely when experiencing it. Exercise regularly. If this condition does not improve, you can contact a surgeon for further examination and treatment, which may require surgery.
Hope it helps and hopefully get well soon.