Assess your symptoms online with our free symptom checker. This discussion has been locked due to a period of inactivity. Why not start a new discussion? Hi, I’m a 21 year old male. Started having problems with my stomach around may last year, I think it was my ibs flaring up for the first time in years. Around December last year I passed a stool which tore my anus, which I have since learned was an anal fissure.
This scared the hell out of me but it healed, althought I can still feel where the tear was. Since then I have developed what I can only describe as the muscle around the left side of my anus sticking out, as well as my anus feeling like it’s sewn shut. I have used creams etc and nothing has worked. The doctor took a look and couldn’t feel anything apparently. Does anyone know what this could be and is it something to worry about?
Yes I am no medical professional but it sounds like you have a basic anal fissure and it is not chronic level yet. You should immiediately see a gastroentrologist and see if they recommend the botox injection. It sounds like it could be a thrombosed hemmroid. If I were you I would go to the doctor and get it checked out. Try somee zinc oxide in the form of calmoseptine which has menthol to soothe the area down there as well. Calmoseptine can be bought at almost any local drugstore and can be bought online too.
Try squatting when going on the toilet instead of sitting. This is a much helathier position and the poop sometimes will just slide out, no pushing or straining involved. I would definately take a fiber supplement, specifically metamucil is what I take evveryday, in ordr to allow your stools to be soft and to allow them to pass thorugh easily. THis being said, with any fiber supplemetn, you must drink lots of water when using them, or they will not work veffectively. Also, do not take too much as too much fiber can irritate your bowels on the way out and diarreah actually does worse down there. I would recommend getting a sphicteronomy surgery if htings dont get better. I waited it out, gave up, had the surgery, and was able to heal within about two weeks. I had a chronic fissure, so I knew where you are ocming from with v all the pain and discomfort.
Try listening to music to distract your mind a bit, especially when going to the bathroom. If you are in writing pain, distract yourself with a movie or TV show right after. Also, to prevent myself from screaming and from putting more stress in the area down there, i bit down on a washcloth in order to make the tensions with my teeth instead of my sphicter muscle. Hey Shaunc95,sounds like you have anal tag,hypertrophied pappilae which is your body’s failed attempts to heal the fissure. IF its not painful,give it time it will be reabsorbed by the body. We want the forums to be a useful resource for our users but it is important to remember that the forums are not moderated or reviewed by doctors and so you should not rely on opinions or advice given by other users in respect of any healthcare matters. Always speak to your doctor before acting and in cases of emergency seek appropriate medical assistance immediately. Our clinical information is certified to meet NHS England’s Information Standard.
These simple strategies can help prevent hemorrhoid pain from getting in the way of your life. Sign up for more FREE Everyday Health newsletters. Preventing painful hemorrhoids can be as easy as drinking more water. Do not delay going to the bathroom when you feel the need to have a bowel movement. Sitting too long increases your risk for hemorrhoids, so stay active. They may not be fun to talk about, but hemorrhoids are actually a fairly common part of life. One of the easiest, most natural ways to become more regular is by filling up on fiber either through your diet or supplements.
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