Dr. Kamathe Piles Hospital

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Fissure Treatment

Fissure Treatment Clinic

You can find the answers to many health problems at Dr. Kamthe’s Piles Clinic, Surgical Hospital & Research Centre. The most advanced fissure clinic in Pune is Dr. Kamthe’s Piles Clinic, Surgical Hospital & Research Centre. Our hospital expertly administers the treatment to stop the fissure from recurring in the future.

What is a Fissure?

Anal fissures are caused by a deep or persistent hole or cracks in the anal area. When releasing stool, these breaks cause excruciating pain and strain. It is prevalent in both sexes and primarily affects the anoderm of the anus and anal canal. The midline behind the anal canal is the most prominent location for an anal fissure. It develops in women and men of all ages equally. Rectal bleeding in infancy is primarily caused by an anal fissure.

Types of Fissure

nal fissures develop at the front or on the back side. They are two types as follows:

  • Acute fissure
    Acute crack occurs abruptly and needs two weeks for their proper healing.
  • Chronic fissure
    This kind of fissures requires more time for the cure.

Fissure Symptoms

The condition of an anal fissure may produce the following symptoms:

  • Burning with and after defecation
  • Bleeding during and after stool
  • A visible hole or crack near the skin of the anus
  • Development of patch or lump near the fissure
  • Severe pain in the anal region at the time of bowel discharge
  • Layers or lines of blood on stools
  • Itching in the anus
  • Above complaints may present on & off to patient.

Fissure Causes

  • Damages to anal area cause the holes
  • Continued diarrhea and hard stool discharge
  • Insertion of surgical tools to the anus forms cracks
  • Decreased blood pressure limits the healing of cracks
  • The extreme force applied to anus compress the blood capillaries transporting blood to the anal canal
  • The events that occur in women life like giving birth to a child, vaginal and anal damage develop an anal fissure
  • Anal cancers are also responsible for cracks in the anus
  • Crohn’s disease, leukemia and some other conditions like TB (tuberculosis), viral epidemics equally accountable for developing anal fissures

Fissure Treatments

For most of the cases, Dr. Kamthe’s Piles Clinic treats the anal fissures without surgery. Following are the home remedies to manage the fissure of the primary stage.

  • Use stool softeners or thinners
  • More liquids and healthy diet
  • Sitz bath to reduce sensitivity, and improve blood circulation
  • Ayurveda medicines like PF Care ….etc
  • Use of creams or pain relievers to the anus to enhance blood movement
  • Some injections work to inhibit cracks in the anus by paralyzing the muscle
  • Medicated oil enema therapy

Operational Treatments

The anal fissure can be fixed with the right medications, dietary adjustments, and lifestyle modifications. However, there are anal fissures that require surgery to fix.

Pre-Surgery Instructions

  • A patient should be empty stomach before the procedure or as directed by the doctor.
  • You can drink watery liquids 6 hours before surgery.
  • You have to come with your family member or friend on the day of surgery.
  • Understand the surgery procedure, the advantages.
  • If you are taking any medicines, then tell our doctor before starting the procedure.
  • Take prescribed medicines, Empty your colon with an enema.

Post-Surgery Instructions

  • Do simple physical activities
  • Have Sitz bath but do not add detergents, or soap solutions, or shampoos in the water
  • Try to acquire some good bowel habits
  • Use soft tissues to clean after a bowel movement
  • Take prescribed doses carefully

Advantages of Laser Treatment for Fissure over Conventional Surgical Methods

Main Feature Laser Surgical Procedure
Patient Hospital Stay
24 Hours
3-7 Days
Pain (Post-Operative)
Low
High
Recovery Time
3 Days
7 - 15 Days
Recurrence
Low
High
Complication
Low
High

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FAQ's

A fissure that has been present for less than 6 weeks is called an acute fissure, and one that has been present for more than 6 weeks is considered a chronic fissure. Acute and chronic fissures can both be treated at home with medicines and Ayurvedic remedies. However, if the condition progresses, surgery will be required.



Fissure laser surgery is both painless and bloodless. During the procedure, the patient is given a local anesthetic. Painkillers are commonly used to treat post-operative pain.



 A tear or incision at the anal hole is referred to as an anal fissure. Simple home cures and pharmaceuticals usually heal it in 3-4 weeks. If laser surgery is used to treat the fissure, the patient can return to work the same day and complete healing takes 1-2 weeks.



 Foods that cause constipation should be avoided. To avoid constipation, boost your liquid intake and eat a fiber-rich diet. Constipation is the most common cause of fissures.



Some lifestyle changes and drugs can help mend fissures. Physical activity, enough fluid intake, and a fiber-rich diet are all examples of lifestyle changes. Sitting in warm water after a bowel movement also alleviates discomfort.



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