Anal fissure treatment by laser in Middle East – in Iran
(Cost: 400$ up to 2000$ depends on depth of illness)
What is an anal fissure?
- An anal fissure is a small tear or crack in the lining of the anus. It may occur when passing large or hard stools, straining during childbirth, or experiencing bouts of diarrhea.
- An anal fissure can cause sharp pain and bleeding during and after bowel movements. It may also cause itching and burning in the anal area.
- An anal fissure is usually a minor condition that goes away within six weeks. Home treatments can help ease pain and promote healing.
An anal fissure is a small cut or tear in the lining of the anus. The crack in the skin exposes the muscle tissue underneath, causing severe pain and bleeding during and after bowel movements. An anal fissure may occur as a result of childbirth, straining during bowel movements, or long bouts of constipation or diarrhea.
An anal fissure can affect people of all ages, but it’s most often seen in infants and young children. An anal fissure usually isn’t a serious condition. In most cases, the tear heals on its own within four to six weeks. Certain treatments can promote healing and help relieve discomfort, including stool softeners and topical pain relievers. If an anal fissure doesn’t improve with these treatments, surgery may be required or your doctor may need to look for other underlying disorders that can cause anal fissures.
What are the symptoms of an anal fissure?
An anal fissure may cause one or more of the following symptoms:
- a visible tear in the skin around the anus
- a skin tag, or small lump of skin, next to the tear
- sharp pain in the anal area during bowel movements
- streaks of blood on stools or on tissue paper after wiping
- burning or itching in the anal area
What causes an anal fissure?
An anal fissure most often occurs when passing large or hard stools. Chronic constipation or frequent diarrhea can also tear the skin around the anus. Other common causes include:
- Crohn’s disease or another inflammatory bowel disease
- straining during childbirth
- decreased blood flow to the anorectal area
- overly tight or spastic anal sphincter muscles
In rare cases, an anal fissure may develop due to:
- anal cancer
Who is at risk for an anal fissure?
For unknown reasons, anal fissures are common during infancy. They occur in approximately 80 percent of babies during the first year of life. Older adults are also prone to anal fissures due to decreased blood flow in the anorectal area. During and after childbirth, women are at risk for anal fissures due to straining during delivery.
People with an inflammatory bowel disease, such as Crohn’s disease, also have a higher risk of developing anal fissures. The inflammation that occurs in the intestinal lining makes the tissue around the anus more prone to tearing. People who frequently experience constipation are at an increased risk for anal fissures as well. Straining and passing large, hard stools are the most common causes of anal fissures.
How is an anal fissure diagnosed?
A doctor can usually diagnose an anal fissure simply by examining the area around the anus. However, they may want to perform a digital rectal exam to confirm the diagnosis. During this exam, the doctor will insert an endoscope or anoscope into your rectum to make it easier to see the tear. These medical instruments are thin tubes with attached cameras and lights that allow doctors to inspect the anal canal. Using an anoscope may also help your doctor find other causes of anal or rectal pain such as hemorrhoids.
Laser treatment for anal fissure
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