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For Fissure Treatment Which is the Best- Ayurveda, Homeopathy, or Allopathy?

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Narendra Kholiya

For Fissure Treatment Which is the Best- Ayurveda, Homeopathy, or Allopathy?
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Anal fissure commonly known as fissures is a medical condition in which tears are caused in the lining of the anal canal. Fissures are a common condition and may cause severe pain & bleeding with bowel movements. It is more common in infants and young children. There are many known treatments to cure the symptoms and help relieve discomfort. But it’s quite a confusion for which treatment to go for when it comes to treating fissure-in-ano.

Let’s look at how Ayurvedic, Homeopathy and Allopathy remedies help.

Often the confusion is between these three methods of treatments. So, let us look at each individually, to better understand the major differences between them and to find out which is best suited for your fissure treatment.

Ayurveda

Well known as “mother of all medication”, Ayurveda is the oldest medical knowledge system. According to Ayurveda, the balance between three elements of the body; Pitta(bile), Vayu(wind) and Kapha(phlegm) can keep the body function on track. It is a natural science of healing that involves food and meditation. It aims the root cause of the problem and focuses on preventing the disease to grow severe. With Ayurvedic remedies, you can prevent the chances of developing fissures. It is also helpful to cure mild fissure condition.

Also Read: Fistula Treatment in Patanjali

Homeopathy

Also Read: Fistula treatment in homeopathy

It is similar to medical science and attacks on the root cause of the illness. The medication is based on the symptoms of a patient. It has no side-effects as the medicines are made with a mix of natural substances in minimal amounts. The fissure healing depends on how your body accepts homeopathy treatment.

Allopathy

It is a drug therapy. It focuses on the symptoms and not the causes. Allopathy medication gives quick results but may have side-effects. Remedies may include over-the-counter creams, botox injection, anal sphincter surgery.

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