- Consuming diet rich in fiber by eating foods that are natural laxatives
- Drink lot of water as excessive water is absorbed from colon to produce breast milk.
- Increase physical activity as work out stimulates our bowel movements
- Improving Posture – Squatting is more effective way to defecate as ano rectal angle is straightened. Lifting your feet to raise knees above pelvis while sitting also helps.
- Do not ignore urge to defecate as delay may lead to excessive water absorption and harder stools.
Very Painful Surgery
Latest advances like Laser & RFA have curtailed pain in fissure surgery and patient is discharged with in few hours after surgery.
I will be incontinent after surgery
No, only one of the 2 sphincters i.e internal anal sphinter is partially cut to relieve your symptoms. External anal sphincter which is responsible for most of your continence is not damaged during the surgery.
Anal fissure recurs after surgery?
Surgery is more effective way to treat anal fissure and adequately performed internal anal sphincterotomy , will cure 96% to 100% of the patients. Only 1% to 5% of patients may recur after hard bowel moment.
Anal Fissure Leads to Cancer?
Anal fissure does not lead to cancer. But cancer may present with similar symptoms, hence persistent symptoms will need careful evaluation with additional tests like colonoscopy
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What is Piles?
Piles also called Hemorrhoids refer to swollen veins around or within the anus that are common in both young and old people.
How to lower your risk?
- Straining while passing stool
- Processed meat
- Lifting heavy weights often
- Fruits & Vegetables
- Grains, Legumes and beans
- 6-8 Glasses of water/day
How to check for Piles?
Consult your doctor if you experience any of these sings.
- Bleeding from the anus with/without pain
- Stools are tarry and maroon in color
- Irritation and the need to strain while passing stool
- Swollen hemorrhoids pushing through the anal opening accompanied with pain
- Itching, pain or discomfort around and within the anus
- Slimy discharge (mucus) from the anus