An anal fissure is a tear or cuts in the thin lining of your anus that exposes the muscle around which is called the anal sphincter.
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About 1 out of every 5 people will develop a fissure at some point in their life.
An anal fissure can develop in anyone, regardless of their age or gender.
There are two types of anal fissures, one is acute anal fissure and another is chronic anal fissure.
However, many people are too embarrassed to discuss the anal fissure condition with doctors.
Chronic constipation, Long-term diarrhea, Rough anal sex, Insertion of foreign materials in the anus, Straining too much while passing a bowel movement, Passing too hard, large and dry stool, Injury in the anal area, Underlying conditions such as Chrohn's disease, anal cancer, sexually transmitted diseases, Disruption in the blood flow to the anorectal area.
Symptoms of anal fissure can include difficulty passing stool, pain during bowel movements, blood in stool, cracks and tears in the anal canal, itching and burning sensation in the anal region, pain when urinating, and foul-smelling anal discharge.
Flexible sigmoidoscopy, Colonoscopy and Anoscope.
Rectal examination to diagnose the condition in detail.
But depending upon the severity of your condition, the anorectal doctor might need you to undergo more tests before defining the best line of treatment.
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