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Anal Fissure

An anal fissure (also known as fissure-in-ano) is a small rip or tear in the lining of the terminal part of the anal canal

Fast facts on anal fissure


  • The most common cause of painful anus,
  • Streaks of blood seen on stool.
  • Reversible condition if treatment is initiated at early stage
  • In late stage mostly requires surgical intervention.

    What causes Anal fissure?


    • Trauma to the inner lining of the anus from passage of hard and dry stool.
    • Acute or chronic diarrhea also cause trauma to the anal mucosal lining.
    • Repeated childbirth may cause loss of support of the anal mucous membrane by a damaged pelvic floor.
    • Infection in Anus.
    • Inflammatory bowel diseases.
    • Sexually transmitted diseases.
    • Laxative abuse.
    • Trauma due to abnormal anal stretching in anal coitus.


    What are the symptoms of Anal fissure?


    • Sharp cutting pain and burning sensation starts with the passage of stool. The pain may last for several minutes to a few hours.
    • Streaks of blood in stool.
    • Constipation.
    • A small lump or skin tag on the perianal skin near the anal fissure. This is called sentinel tag or sentinel piles. This is more commonly seen in chronic condition.
    • Mucus discharge.
    • Anal itching (pruritus ani)


    Most of the Anal fissures are benign in nature but some are often associated with colon cancer. Don’t ignore the symptoms. Please feel free to contact for diagnosis and get it treated by eminent Ayurvedic and Allopathic surgeons at Proctosafe Clinic.


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