Madrasi Piles Clinic
                Dr. Raj Kumar Baida
                    B.A.M.S(Kanpur)
                    C.A.R.D(Mumbai)

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Anal Fissure Specialist


What is Anal Fissure ? DR Raj Kumar An anal fissure is a tear in the lining of the anus or anal canal (the opening through which stool passes out of the body). The fissure can be painful and may bleed. An anal fissure is a painful crack in the lining of the anal canal that may cause rectal bleeding. While this condition may be embarrassing to talk. It may cause itching, pain or bleeding. Fissures can extend upward into the lower rectal mucosa; or extend downward causing a swollen skin tag to develop at the anal verge, also known as a sentinel pile.


Caused of Anal Fissure ? The majority of anal fissures are idiopathic, with no identifiable underlying disease process .
  • Constipation - large, hard faces (stools) are more likely to cause lesions in the anal area during a bowel movement than soft and smaller ones.
  • Muscle spasms - experts believe that anal sphincter muscle spasms may increase the risk of developing an anal fissure. A spasm is a brief.
  • Automatic - jerking muscle movement, when the muscle can suddenly tighten. Muscle spasms may also undermine the healing process.
  • Pregnancy and childbirth - pregnant women have a higher risk of developing an anal fissure towards the end of their pregnancy. The lining of the anus may also tear during childbirth.
  • STIs (sexually-transmitted infections) - also known as STDs (sexually transmitted diseases) are linked to a higher risk of having anal fissures. Examples include syphilis, HPS (human papilloma virus), herpes and Chlamydia.
  • Underlying conditions - some underlying conditions, such as Crohn's disease, ulcerative colitis and other inflammatory bowel diseases may cause ulcers to form in the anal area.
  • Anal sex - can sometimes cause anal fissures (rare).
Anal Fissure Specialist
What are the symptoms of an Anal fissure?
  • Pain in Anal Area, It will increase after passing the stool.
  • Bleeding - Stool Comes with some Blood
  • Burning and itch that may be painful
  • Smelling Discharge
  • Blood - because the blood is fresh, it will be bright red and may be noticed on the stools or the toilet paper. Anal fissures in infants commonly bleed. Children may be alarmed at the sight of bright-red blood in their stools or toilet paper.
  • Itching - in the anal area. The sensation may be intermittent or persistent.
  • Dysuria - discomfort when urinating (less common). Some patients may urinate more frequently.
  • Pus - a malodorous (bad smelling) discharge of pus may come from the anal fissure.

Anal Fissure Specialist :- Doctor Raj Baida is one of the Best ANAL Fissure Specialist Doctor in Delhi NCR, We will give you Best Anal fissure Treatment, We have 15 years above experience & we are using latest technologies for Anal Fissure Treatment,

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