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Skin Fissure Treatment
Happy Feet: Agree with dr f. Prevention: moisturize your feet with cream or ointment before bedtime. Then wear socks to bed. (some people even wrap their feet with Saran wrap so it really soaks in. Good luck! ...Read more
Grooves or clefts in various anatomical structures such as the brain (transverse fissure between cerebrum & cerebellum), the skull (sphenoidal fissure), the liver (for the ligamentum teres), the lung (oblique fissure), the spinal cord (ventral median fissure), or other structures such as the palpebral fissure between upper & lower eyelids. Can also be a tear in a structure ...Read more
Yes: There are more than 90 homeopathic remedies known to help anal fissures. Differentiating which is best for you requires a personal consultation with a professional homeopath. Ignatia may help anal fissures accompanied by rectal spasms. Aesculus is known for hemorrhoid pain associated with low back pain ; rectal pain as if the rectum is full of small sticks. Graphites is yet another possibility. ...Read more
How do I make reoccurring fissures go away? They heal up and keep reoccurring after sex. What's a good treatment for this?
Fissures: What type of fissures are you talking about, anal or vaginal. Please write back with a more precise question. ...Read more
Anal fissure: An exam under anesthesia, is the first part of the rectal operation. While you are comfortable and under general anesthesia your surgeon will examine the rectum, and make best judgment for actual procedure. In many cases there will be a finding on the exam that impacts your surgeons options to benefit your health. Be well. ...Read more
This will work about 20% of the time.
Lateral sphinctermyotomy is curative. Spare the knife and spoil the rectum ...Read more
Fissures have healed but there is a big sentinel pile for yrs which is not resolving. Cud u plz suggest some nonsurgical treatment to get rid this?
May be: To get rid of the actual hemorrhoid nothing short of surgery, except laser or high frequency machine some time shrink them, the internal hemorrhoid could be ligated in the office, the external one could be injected with medication that will close the vein without surgery. If you are concerned about the pain associated with hemorrhoid there is OTC medication and foam and topical analgesic. ...Read more
Any treatment recommended for anal fissures? Why so they keep recurring? Use cottonelle wet wipes as well as toilet paper. What causes anal fissures?
Evaluation. If you haven't gone to one, consider it.
http://www. Mayoclinic. Com/health/hidradenitis-suppurativa/ds00818/dsection=treatments-and-drugs. ...Read more
Over the counter treatment / pain relief for vaginal fissures? Started after my daughter was born. Hoped they'd heal on their own. No dr avail
Supportive treatment: For this annoying situation, first make sure you avoid exacerbating by avoiding use of tampons, use lubrication during intercourse, avoid acidic diet, smoking and eat lots of yogurt to enhance growth of healthy bacteria. Besides using OTC pain relief, you can use sitz bath. Get checked with your OB for more definitive medical treatment and or minor surgical repair. ...Read more
What is annal fissure disease, Is this disease easily curable and what are its causes and treatment.
A tear at outlet: Anal fissure is incredibly common and is simply a tear of the lining of the anal outlet. The tear bleeds bright red blood and exposes the inner anal muscle which responds by going into spasm which causes pain. The tear is caused by straining. Treatment is to stay away from straining with stool softeners and fiber supplement and warm water or medication to treat muscle spasm like nifedipine ...Read more
I have been having a long standing fissure in both soles especially at the heels, they are somehow painful. What is an appropriate treatment for this?
Foot Fissures: You may consider emollient creams like Eucerin foot cream, but fist be checked by podiatrist, doctor to make sure a fungal infection is not complicating the picture. Milk baths which contain lactic acid (soaking in milk) for 20 minutes 2-3 time a week for 2 weeks may help as well. ...Read more
Soften stool, baths: Eliminating constipation and softening stools are usually the primary targets when treating anal fissures. Such goals can be accomplished by taking daily fiber supplements and/or using laxatives. Sitz baths, during which the rectal area is immersed in warm water for 10-15 minutes, are also therapeutic and should be done 2-3 times per day. Sitz baths are available in most drugstores. ...Read more
The two: Are different issues and treated differently. See a colon and rectal surgeon to make the diagnosis and offer treatment options. ...Read more
Different: Fissures and fistulas are different things. A fissure is a tear in the skin of your anus while an anal fistula is a "tunnel" that communicates the inside of the anus with the "outside" anal skin. They both can produce anal pain, but pain is more typical of an anal fissure. Anal fistulas can give you recurrent anal abscesses, chronic anal discharge, etc. .. I hope this helps. ...Read more
First line treatment is a high fiber diet, plenty of fluids and possible a laxative to keep your bowel movements soft. Warm baths.
If persist, prescription antispasmodic cream
if persists, Botox or surgery in form of sphinterotomy
the above order is also depended on the severity, persistency, recurrence and appearance of your fissure
if your symptoms are severe and persist see a colon and rectal. ...Read more
76% --: The most recent studies report that it is 76% effective at curing anal fissures. If this fails, you can try Diltiazem ointment that raises that percentage to about 86% success. ...Read more
Is there any risk in having an anal sphincterectomy if I want to have more children and deliver vaginally? Fissure hasn't heal with medical treatment.
Anal fissue: Theoretically, yes. If a vaginal birth is complicated by a 4 th degree tear, then that potentially can weaken the sphincter and a concomitant sphincterotomy could aggravate that. Sphincterotomy alone and in the right hands has a minimal chance of sphincter issues and is an excellent treatment of chronic anal fissure that has failed medical mgmt. ...Read more
I've had anal fissure for 5 years. It's been really good in the past few months. Symptoms appeared again after 1 constipation. What's the best treatment?
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For anal fissure treatment, which is the best ointment, cream or gel you use (less side effect or interactions with hbp medicines.)?
What is the treatment for having 2 thecal cyst at s2 (racepinephrine) n a disc bulge at l4/l5 with annular fissure centrally. No nerve root compression or narrowing?
Not clear: Benign cysts around nerve roots, called tarlov cysts generally do not need treatment. Disc bulges and annular tears are not unusual in people in the 5th and 6th decades of life without symptoms. None of these dictate treatment. Symptoms should be evaluated by an appropriate health care professional. ...Read more
Have fissure and Tight Anus after applying Hydrocortisone and lidocaine Topical, I get incontinence, mucus discharge from anus, hemorrhoids, TREATMENT?
A proctologist: Is whom you need to see, you may need more than just topical therapy, a good exam by an experienced surgeon / proctologist is your best option, good luck ...Read more
See Dermatologist: Psoriasis is a chronic inflammatory skin condition that may, among other areas, affect the scalp region. Depending on the severity of the psoriasis in general, and scalp psoriasis in particular, a dermatologist may use topical steroids and/or systemic therapy with medications such a Methotrexate or newer generation of medications generally referred as "biologics.". ...Read more
Great make up: Large, unsightly skin pores on the nose or cheeks are difficult to reduce in size. They can be shrunk temporarily with a face peel, and sometimes with laser treatments. But I've gotten excellent results with Bobby brown skin products, especially their foundations and daytime moisturizing cream's. ...Read more
Doubtful: I have not seen any scientific validity for ozone therapy. I would make an appointment with a dermatologist in your area to find the cause of your"bad skin", who can hopefully offer some valid remedies. I hope this helps. Lana long, M.D. ...Read more
It depends: To better answer your question, we'd need to know what the cause of the thickened skin is. And we'd need to know the location. Thickened skin could be the result of psoriasis, eczema, poor hygiene, etc. So without additional information, it's difficult to answer your question. ...Read more