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  1. The best treatment for anal fissure at Pristyn Care is laser surgery. Laser treatment is a minimally invasive procedure to treat fissures. It is a preferred procedure which is extremely beneficial than other traditional surgeries. It is a day care procedure, which is conducted within 30 minutes. After this treatment, the patient is discharged on the same day. With no side-effects and no pain, laser treatment helps recover faster.  Laser treatment of fissure generally involves the use of CO2 lasers. The infrared radiation from the laser is used to increasRead more

  1. An anal fissure cannot always be prevented, but it is possible to reduce the risk of this condition. Here are some preventive measures:  Drinking plenty of liquid, eating fiber-rich foods Regular exercise can prevent constipation Cleansing the anal area gently with mild soap and warm water Keeping the anal area dry Do not let diarrhea get worse  Avoid straining during bowel movements Keep changing the diaper for infants

  1. Anal fissures can occur to both men and women. They are quite common in children as well. Age group between 20-40 years are most likely to suffer from anal fissure. Even though people can get this condition at any age, the risk generally increases as they get older. Elderly people are also prone to anal fissures due to reduced blood flow in the anal region. During and after childbirth, even women are at risk for anal fissures due to straining. Anal fissures often occur with certain medical conditions such as constipation, anal cancer, leukemia, STDs andRead more

  1. Anal fissure is caused by injury or trauma that stretches the anal canal. Following are the reasons for anal fissure: Constipation or passing hard stool Chronic diarrhea Childbirth Sometimes even due to anal sex If there is excess pressure, reduced blood supply and tight anal sphincter muscles, it may lead to development of anal fissure. They further cause serious problems and are very discomforting.