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I think I have either anal fissure or internal hemorrhoid, had rectal exam before no result. Still pain and blood in toilet. Should doc do anoscopy?

Blood in stools. It would be important to do a colonoscopy because blood on the stools could be due to colon polyps which are precancerous or internal hemorrhoid and it could also be due to colon cancer. Read more...
Yes. Go back to your doctor for a more thorough examination. Anoscopy may be one way. Read more...
Yes. You need a thorough rectal exam. Sometimes this can be very difficult to do in the office, especially if the area is very painful. It might require an exam under anesthesia in the OR. See your doctor and/or surgeon. Read more...

Saw PCP recently. Said I had a small anal fissure. Gave me suppositories and some numbing agent (and cream for hemorrhoids).Saw slight blood today. Bad?

Relax the sphincter. Fissure form due to anal sphincter muscles pulling against each other tearing the mucosa and forming the fistula. Relaxing the muscles with nifedipine ointment is the best therapy. Read more...
Fissure. never use suppository with anal fissure ! It's cruel and not help. Hemorrhoids cream not help - lack of education to use this. Need nifedipine cream 0.2% 2x daily 8weeks. Read more...

I have anal fissure cuts in my rectum no constipation soft dark stool light dark blood doctor examined saw veins burst can this be hemorrhoids also?

Hemorrhoids fissures. Hemorrhoids are venous structures. Fissures are a tear with scarring in this delicate tissue. Constipation, is local trauma to anal canal as large, hard stool passes. Straining, coughing, lifting lead to increased venous pressures and rectal trauma. Fissures once started can progress. Care and treatment is the same, decrease anal trauma, get evaluated by local doc or surgeon. Good luck, be well. Read more...