Anal Fissure Treatment Hospital in Gurgaon

What is Anal Fissure?

An Anal fissure is termed as the small cut or crack in the lining of the anal opening which may cause severe pain, bleeding during the bowel movements.

It is not a serious problem although it may lead to discomfort and pain which may become intolerable if not treated at the right time. Any age group of people can get affected by an anal fissure. Children or infants having the problem of constipation may get this problem. If fissure heals within 4-6 weeks, it is taken as normal. if it takes more than 8 weeks, it is considered chronic. Chronic fissure requires consultation through Fissure Experts in Gurgaon. Some stool softeners and topical pain relievers may heal and relieve the discomfort.

What are the Types of Anal Fissure?

According to the age of the fissure, it has been decided into two types

  • Fresh Fissure: Which occur and heal within 4-6 weeks. Natural and home remedies are enough to treat the fissure problem.
  • Chronic Fissures: Which are older than 8 weeks and natural remedies are not even helping them to treat.

What are the Causes of Anal Fissure?

An anal fissure may occur due to the negligence of health issues and intaking unhealthy diets. Some common causes are:-

  • Passing hard, large and dry stools
  • Chronic constipation
  • Blockage and stressing during defecations
  • Constant looseness of the bowels
  • Anal Intercourse
  • Chronic Diarrhea
  • Straining too much while having bowel movements
  • Childbirth or normal delivery
  • Foreign Body Insertions
  • Trauma or injury

Apart from this, some uncommon causes which rarely lead to anal fissure are anal cancer, HIV, tuberculosis, syphilis & Crohn’s Disease.

What are The Signs & Symptoms of Anal Fissure?

The patient may not see the wound or crack, although he may experience the signs & symptoms given above:-

  • Discomfort, mild pain and itching
  • Severe pain while making bowel movements which may last for a long time
  • Bleeding in the stool or in toilet paper after a bowel movement
  • Visible crack in the lining of the anal opening
  • Small Lump or skin tag on the skin near the anal lining
  • Burning sensation in the anal area
  • Spasms in the ring of muscle at the end of your anus
  • Torment, once in a while serious, during solid discharges
  • Torment after solid discharges that can endure as long as a few hours
  • Dazzling red blood on the stool or tissue after a solid discharge
  • A little knot or skin tag on the skin close to the butt-centric crevice


Difficulties of butt-centric gap can include:

  • Inability to recuperate. A butt-centric crevice that neglects to mend inside about two months is thought of as constant and may require further treatment.
  • Repeat. Whenever you've encountered a butt-centric crevice, you are inclined to having another.
  • A tear that reaches out to encompassing muscles. A butt-centric crevice might stretch out into the ring of muscle that holds your rear-end shut (inward butt-centric sphincter), making it more hard for your butt-centric gap to mend. An unhealed gap can trigger a pattern of uneasiness that might require meds or medical procedure to diminish the aggravation and to fix or eliminate the gap.

How to Diagnose Anal Fissure?

A doctor may analyze the problem through physical examination and medical history. Some may wrongly be taken as hemorrhoids whereas Anal fissure can be evaluated with the crack or tear in the anal lining. Apart from the physical examination, some tools can be used which are:-

  • Anoscope
  • Flexible sigmoidoscopy
  • Colonoscopy
Do we Require a Surgery for Fissure?

To treat chronic fissure, surgery is always required to cure the problem of the root. Fresh Fissure can be relieved with the help of Home remedies or Following healthy diets. The doctor may prescribe some medications and ointments to offer temporary relief.

What are the Possible Treatments of Anal Fissure?

Chronic Anal fissure cant be cured naturally, It should be treated via proven and risk-free treatments which are:-

What are the Non Surgical ways to cure Piles?

Non Surgical treatments:- It includes using oral treatments, ointment, creams, and medications. Some of the treatments are Nitroglycerin, lidocaine hydrochloride (Xylocaine), Botox injection, Blood pressure medications. These will not offer permanent treatment but will surely cure the signs and symptoms raised.

What are the Surgical Options for Fissures?

Surgical Treatments:- To treat a chronic anal fissure, surgery is the only way. Doctors usually choose the LIS or lateral Internal sphincterotomy which involve cutting a small portion of the anal sphincter muscle to reduce spasm, pain and to let it heal. Nowadays, Laser Treatment of Anal Fissure in Gurgaon is performed. In short, Surgical options to cure the Anal fissure are:-

  • LIS or lateral Internal sphincterotomy
  • Laser Surgery

What are the Benefits of Laser Treatment of Anal Fissure

Forget the traditional ways and get the laser treatment to cure the Anal fissure effectively. The laser is a painless technique through which laser light is produced over the affected area to heal it and to cut the infected part. It is the best & cost-effective treatment nowadays. One can find multiple reasons for choosing Laser Treatment to cure Anal fissure over traditional ways such as:-

  • No Cuts & Wounds
  • Non-invasive procedure
  • Daycare procedure
  • No Diet restrictions
  • Resume to normal routine from next day
  • Pain procedure
  • Less risk of infection
  • No or very less bleeding
  • High success rate
  • Easy and fast recovery.
What are the risks attached to Fissure Treatment?

The effective treatment brings effective results only, yet some risks or complications may arise which may be:-

  • Constipation which may harden the stools and passing hard stools may increase the risk of tearing
  • Pregnancy or childbirth may worsen the fissure
  • A chronic fissure may take time to heal or may need further treatment
  • it may recur
  • Stoppage. Stressing during solid discharges and passing hard stools increment the danger of tearing
  • Labor. Butt-centric crevices are more normal in ladies after they conceive an offspring
  • Butt-centric intercourse
  • Age. Butt-centric crevices can happen at whatever stage in life, yet are more normal in babies and moderately aged grown-ups.

What is the Post Operating care for Piles Surgical Treatment?

After the surgery, one should make sure to have healthy diets and follow the instruction provided by your surgeon. Follow some postoperative home care tips as mentioned here:-

Home care tips may not cure the anal figure completely, but it may prevent it or may cure the signs & symptoms of it. These include:-

  • Keep the Anal Area Dry
  • Use Mild Soap & Warm water to clean the affected area.
  • Have high fiber diets
  • Drink plenty of fluids
  • Take treatments to cure constipation and diarrhea
  • Change the infant’s Diapers frequently
  • Do not strain while making bowel movements
  • Over the counter laxatives
  • A doctor may use the combination of treatments to cure anal fissure effectively and permanently.

What is the Cost of Anal Fissure treatment?

UPHI analyze the problem deeply and accordingly, provides the treatment. To know more about the anal fissure and its treatment cost, kindly visit the UPHI- Fissure Hospital in Gurgaon.

How can UPHI Surgical Centre help you?

  • UPHI believes in bringing the Best Super Speciality Surgeons with rich experience and highest success rates in their Speciality of Surgery.
  • UPHI has the best laser Instruments and State of the Art infrastructure to perform these Surgeries.
  • UPHI has Best laser Surgeon for fissure treatment in Gurgaon.

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