The pain caused by the fissure in better scenarios limits to the period of bowel motions, in other cases it stays from opening the bowels to opening the bowels making life hell all day long. Another symptom of a fissure can be bleeding which may induce further excitement or panic.
Early stage fissures can be cured medically, e.g.with suppositories prescribed in time by a Proctologist. Cases of intermediate severity may be treated with Botox injection or cryosurgery under local anaesthesia. Most severe cases however when scar tissue leads to deformation of the sphincter and stricture of the anus may require complex corrective surgery.
The consequence of anal fissure is unbearable pain
In better scenarios, it only causes pain when using the toilet, while in other instances it causes convulsive pain all day long, making the patient's life miserable. Another symptom might be bleeding, which leads to alarm. A cone medication prescribed by a proctologist in time can make early stage fissures vanish completely. Cases of medium severity are treated with cryotherapy after local anesthetization. The most severe and neglected cases which lead to deformation of the sphincter and massive constriction of the rectum, need to be treated with a complex correction surgery.