Pelvic Floor Dyssynergia
An anal fissure is a tear in the anal canal causing great pain during and after bowel movement. The formation of an anal fissure starts from an episode of severe constipation. Hard stools rub against the anal canal during defecation, resulting in a tear of the tissue.
The tear then causes internal anal sphincter muscle spasm, which makes defecation harder and more force and effort is needed, further tearing the tissue. This leads to a vicious cycle that makes recovery of the tissue difficult.
Symptoms of Anal Fissure
- Pain after defecation
- Blood on paper after cleaning
Causes of Anal Fissure
- Severe Diarrhoea
What are the Piles Treatment Options?
- Rubberband Ligation
- Injection Sclerotherapy
- Traditional Surgery (Haemorrhoidectomy)
- THD (Transanal Haemorrhoidal Dearterisation)
- Stapled Haemorrhoidectomy