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... Most literature indicate high(er) failure rate of Botox injections for anal fissures, especially when considering recurrence rate. Botox is also temporary so if it works for you, you might have to get it done every 3 or 4 months. And that's expensive! Surgery (LIS) is the only treatment option with practically no recurrence of fissure. (2 replies)
... He wants to do more surgery but I'm going to use the cream first to see if the fissure will heal. ... (39 replies)
... my colonoscopy revealed what they thought could be either a prolapsed hemorrhoid or a cancerous polyp...BIG difference, but the catalyst I needed to get the surgery performed. I assumed the surgeon would take care of external "tags" while I was in surgery. ... (41 replies)

... colorectal surgeon to ask for help. He recommended lateral internal sphincterotomy since my anal fissure is officially chronic. I was deadly afraid of what this surgery would do to me so I waited more than 2 weeks to think about it. ... (2 replies)
... It is a small fissure but agony.I have had other fissures and I assume they have at some point healed because I am left with quite a few skin tags. ... (2 replies)
... I have my 2nd appointment with surgeon on Monday. Apparently he's scheduling surgery then for hemorrhoids and fissures. I've tried to avoid it but I am ready now. I've already seen out of work the last two weeks in awful pain. ... (0 replies)
... That is when I decided on LIS surgery. I did not want to be like many of the posters in this board that wished they would have had LIS surgery earlier. I had made my decision early June and started interviewing CRS's. ... (3 replies)
... That is when I decided on LIS surgery. I did not want to be like many of the posters in this board that wished they would have had LIS surgery earlier. I had made my decision early June and started interviewing CRS's. ... (2 replies)
... in in miserable pain where I was almost unable to walk. My BM's were HORRIBLE..bloody and painful like I was passing a sharp needle through my rectum! These anal fissures are by far the most frustrating little suckers out there. Especially because no one truly understands your pain. ... (0 replies)
... My doctor suggested the LIS surgery for my anal fissure some months ago. I have been hesitant to have the surgery as I'm not sure the fissure is really the problem anymore. ... (0 replies)
... rogressively worse. I went in to see a surgeon two days later and was dx with a severe abscess and complex fissure. A week later, I developed a fistula. I had surgery a couple days ago to fix the damage that waiting did. ... (5 replies)
... xams. They drained pus and sent it to the lab for further testing. I had a colonoscopy 3 yrs ago and it was clear. They want to do another one because I guess fissures is tied to other colon problems. At this time, doing the prep with an open fissure, abscess, and possibly a fistula is too much. ... (2 replies)
... know the painful and distressed phase you are going through. I've been to that for years now. After years of torturing I found peace at last. I had anal fissure surgery for twice. I had constipation and haemorroids problem for several years. ... (5 replies)
... sk if you can have botox injected, this relaxes the Anal Sphinter muscle, and helps it to heal.. Apparently this is used before considering surgery. They only do surgery as a last resort.I am currently battling a Fissure, and my doctor. They make you desperate and sad! Keep up hope. I have been researching natural methods. ... (5 replies)
... Have any of you experiences Piles over Fissures and had them cured without surgery with different applications of medication? ... (5 replies)
Anal Fissures
Sep 18, 2012
... That depends on how long you've had it for, an acute fissure can be healed by dietary changes while a chronic fissure usually always requires surgery. (1 replies)
... I've had a really awful problem with chronic anal fissures for a number of years. It got to the point where I was literally crying with pain every time I passed a stool and so had to get it seen to. ... (3 replies)
... fissure, pudendal neuralgia, and so on and so on. Researched the net until I think I have just about everything that has been written about fissures and pudendal neuralgia on my computer. Now, as I was only examined this time in May, I have been getting all the info on rectal prolapse that I could find. ... (18 replies)
... I fear every BM now but i read that I shouldn't delay my BM's as that could make things worse. I also read that some people have had fissures and hemorrhoids for years and have never been completely cured until they had surgery. Is my problem curable with the current medication I'm on? ... (1 replies)
... I have been suffering with Anal Fissures, Fistulas, chronic pain, Diarrhea, pelvic floor pain for almost two years now. I have hadan anal sphincterotomy, fistula surgery, Anal ulcers, and a Endoanal Advancement Flap surgery. I am pretty sure rhat I have an IBD. Has anyone not tested positive for crohn's or Colitis and actually have it. I feel like I am not better four... (0 replies)


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