An anal fissure may be a tear or an opportunity within the lining of the anal canal (the last part of the massive intestine, where stool passes out of the body). A number of the symptoms of an anal fissure include pain, bleeding, itching, and pain during bowel movements.
Prevention is usually better than cure:
For those that are susceptible to developing anal fissures, prevention is vital to avoiding the trauma and therefore the subsequent pain and discomfort. It’s important to stay stools soft and simply passed and stop both constipation and diarrhea. That, in turn, can prevent the straining and therefore the increase in sphincter tone which will contribute to the event of anal fissures.
Supplements after expert advice:
It is important to start slowly with fiber supplements and increase the quantity used over time to avoid side effects like abdominal bloating and gas. It’s going to take some trial and error to know which fiber supplement at what dosage is the “right” one.
The reason for eating an acceptable amount of fiber is that it helps prevent stools from being too hard (constipation) or too liquid (diarrhea). A soft, easily passed stool is going to be less traumatic on the fissure area and stop it from becoming further irritated.
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