I have Crohn's disease- what can I do to help heal my anal fissure or give me relief?

God local care. Ano-rectal complications of crohn's disease is most difficult to handle, use meticulous local care, steroid cream, to treat the infections with antibiotics, surgery for selective cases other wise avoid.Surgery.
Topical meds. You should ask your doctor if you can try nitroglycerine cream on your fissure.

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I have Crohn's disease. How can I tell the difference between an anal fistula (had one surgically removed 10 years ago) and a hemorrhoid?

You can not but. Your doctor can , due to training and experience . When crohn's disease involves anorectal area , recurrent fistulas , infections , pain , drainage , local infections are common , make the diagnosis difficult , tissue biopsy ( pathology ) is the only way to distinguish from other conditions. Read more...

What should the inner part of the anus look like, color wise? Would it be possible to identify uc or Crohn's through a small inspection at home?

Pink, and NO. Everyone's anal lining is pink, no matter what your melanin content. An untrained eye will not be able to differentiate any abnormality by home inspection, and trying is likely to damage the sensitive tissues there, so go and get help instead from an experienced professional, who has spent years learning the details. Definitely not a diy project! Read more...
Probably not. To examine for uc takes a colonoscopy and for crohn's that would also be a good start. If you think there is something wrong with your anus, it could be something else not related to ibd. See a colon-rectal surgeon for the best shot at a good result. Read more...