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I think I have an anal fissure and I don't know what to do?

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Dr. Jeffrey Cohen
Surgery - Colorectal
3 doctors agree

In brief: Diet

High fiber, high fluid diet.
Hot sitz bath. See colorectal surgeon if persists.

In brief: Diet

High fiber, high fluid diet.
Hot sitz bath. See colorectal surgeon if persists.
Dr. Jeffrey Cohen
Dr. Jeffrey Cohen
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Dr. Scott Browning
Surgery - Colorectal
1 doctor agrees

In brief: See physician

If you have an anal fissure (painful bowel movements and bleeding) that is not responding to keeping your stools soft, then see a colorectal surgeon.
There are medications that will heal the majority of fissures and an operation that will heal nearly all of the medication failures.

In brief: See physician

If you have an anal fissure (painful bowel movements and bleeding) that is not responding to keeping your stools soft, then see a colorectal surgeon.
There are medications that will heal the majority of fissures and an operation that will heal nearly all of the medication failures.
Dr. Scott Browning
Dr. Scott Browning
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