Diagnosed with anal fissure. Burning pain during and after bowel movement. Can fissures cause some inflammation?

Yes, commonly. there is an underlying low grade infection. Usually hygiene is all that is needed, because infection is controlled as soon as the fissure heals. Consult with colo-rectal surgeon if pain persists.
Yes. Fissures can cause pain, swelling , inflammation and cause infection. I would see a doctor if your pain is severe. Good luck.

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I am afraid of bowel movement b/c of an anal fissure, can I use vitamin E cream?

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I have an anal fissure and when I have bowel movements the blood is usually bright red. But today there was more blood and it was darker and purplish.

Worth a visit. There is a possibility that this was retained blood that began breaking down inside the colon before passage. If so, it would be darker than the fresh blood from a fissure. However, most would view purplish blood as an indication of bleeding further up the colon and worth an examination. Read more...

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