I keep getting anal fissures and hemorrhoids?

See doc. You need to see a doctor for an examination. You may be instructed to adjust your diet a little to prevent straining and hard stool.

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I have hemorrhoids anal fissures gastroenterologist gave me ointment symptoms keep returning do I get surgery? I have soft stool have appt wednesday

Wait for appointment. Conservative treatment is usually preferred for these issues as there is no guarantee that surgery will make everything rosy. I'd wait to see what your GI doctor says on Weds. Read more...

I have anal fissure examined by ER doc complained of pain cuts in rectum he said its basically hemorrhoids been hurting off on should get them removed?

You need a correct diagnosis. An anal fissure and hemorrhoids are two entirely different things. You need to get the correct diagnosis because the treatment of these issues are entirely different. Go get another opinion. Are you sure you saw a physician? Read more...

This past summer if I miss a meal I get painful intestinal spasms the next day sometimes. Could it be from anal fissure? Hemorrhoids? Rectal STD?

Unlikely. You may have a acid or digestive problem. Consider reflux, gluten allergy or dairy intolerance. If your weight is normal this is not likely serious. It is it likely due to anything I your rectum. If you are having anal sex you need to be checked for std. Especially if this is unprotected sex. . Read more...

How do I prevent anal fissures and hemorrhoids? Are there certain exercises I can do to help prevent them?

Exercises:no. Anal fissures are caused from an overly tight anal sphincter muscle: that's the muscle that keeps the anus closed and relaxes when you poop. Keeping your stool soft can prevent hemorrhoids, by eating lots of fiber, drinking lots of water, exercising. Sometimes anal fissures just happen, even if you do all that. There are some prescription ointments that can relax the muscle & heal: see a doctor. Read more...
Diet not exercise. Anal fissures are caused by passing large, hard stools. Hemorrhoids are due to straining to pass hard constipated stools, straining, heavy lifting... Be sure you are drinking plenty of water daily and getting plenty of fiber in your diet. Exercise will not prevent either. Read more...

Do pediatricians treat hemorrhoids and anal fissures?

Many do. Pediatricians see many kids with bm difficulties and are very knowledgeable with management of perianal problems. They will make the appropriate referral to GI or surgery if specialty input is needed. Read more...
Confusing question. Anal fissures are a common problem and handled by most PCP's, and certainly pediatricians. I don't think I have ever seen a kid with a true case of hemorrhoids in more than 3 decades of pediatric practice.If it occurred we would find it and send it out for treatment. Read more...
Yes. In pediatrics both conditions are usually a result of constipation, which if treated properly will help the fissures and hemorrhoids. Read more...

Can hemorrhoid banding be done under anesthesia? I have anal fissures I was in pain when they tried banding it heals then comes back on off

Manage your bowels. banding could be applied only to internal hemorrhoids and that could be done in the office by local anesthesia anal fissure is not connected to hemorrhoid it is a tear in the lining so it will go away and come back off and on keep your bowel regular avoid constipation and straining drink more fluid eat more fruits and increase you fiber intake Hope this helps! thank you for using health tap. Read more...
Yes, General anesthesia or major regional. Surgeon might want to be on stomach and an epidural would allow you to position yourself and avoid an intubation. Read more...

What does it mean when "internal" hemorrhoids are on the "anal verge"? I've been checked numerous times for the pains I have - no anal fissures.

Beyond the orifice. The anal verge is the distal end of the anal canal, forming a transitional zone between the epithelium of the anal canal and the perianal skin. Please google netterimages.com for a picture of the site of the anal verge. Read more...