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... I am know I sound like a broken record but my fear of this surgery is so overwhelming. Like I said not many people post how they are doing post 6,7,10 etc weeks after surgery. ... (8 replies)
... S and fissurectomy 16 April. It was very painful afterwards, entire days of agony. But it turns out it might have gotten infected right away. From the day of the surgery to 14 of July I had pain that would last for weeks and then no pain for a few weeks, back and forth. ... (8 replies)
... cutlass, don't hesitate to have the surgery. I would cry every time I even thought about having a bowel movement the pain was so intense. I had the surgery 4 months ago and I, too, only wish I'd had it done sooner. ... (8 replies)

... just get the surgery done. you will be so thankful. research colon and rectal surgeons in your area. ... (1 replies)
... WOW....now you are making me think. It's funny how many different opinions I have read. Seems it either goes really good, or REALLY bad. I hope they can do something to stop the pain for you as I know what it is like to live with a pain in your a** everyday! I am doing my research now and the numbers are not great on the pph. I really am not looking at the post op... (24 replies)
... which my doctor kept referring to as "fissures" or "irritation" and continuously prescribed cortisone suppositories, etc. Last week he finally suggested another surgery to remove the "irritated areas". ... (24 replies)
... I apologize for not posting updates sooner, but I did finally get into to see my CRS a week or so ago for my 8 week post-surgery follow-up. I told her about the recurrence of the fissures, or at least perceived recurrence, and expressed my concerns and worries about the entire situation and my prospects for healing. She took a look and told me that actually, the large fissure... (6 replies)
... Thanks for your post. I had LIS and Hemmroid surgery 13 days ago. I'm no better off today than I was before surgery, in fact I'm worse. I can't eat "ANYTHING" because it causes too much pain. ... (6 replies)
... I had LIS surgery in late December of 2009. i had several really tiny fissures. at my month checkup my doc said my fissures were all healed. i was still having some slight pain at the incision site though and that continued on for several more weeks afterwards. ... (6 replies)
... I had the LIS surgery...but had to go back later to have another LIS surgery. My fissure did not heal with the 1st LIS surgery. So, what the doctor did was go in the 2nd time, clipped the spincter muscle, removed all internal and external hemorrhoids, and he removed the fissure by basically scooping the fissure and all unhealthy tissue out, and then sewing the healthy tissue... (6 replies)
... fissure, I was totally fine for an entire year, then I changed countries and the food I guess hit me hard and I developed another fissure, at first i thought of surgery again but I was hesitant since i got it again. From my personal experience, I will recommend your new best friend, Hot Water Soakings. ... (3 replies)
... of people that have the LIS surgery and do not heal their chronic fissures. ... (3 replies)
... opened the fissure about 2 weeks after the surgery but only experienced pain and bleeding for a couple days. ... (6 replies)
... I consulted my doctor yesterday and found out that i have an infection at the site of the surgery cut. Before the consultation I had very strong pains so I pushed the LIS area using toilet paper and I had lot of puss and blood. ... (73 replies)
... I worked a half day friday, had the surgery friday afternoon, and was back to work on Monday. ... (73 replies)
... i'm not sure about the smell though, because at the time of my surgery my sense of smell was heightened because i was pregnant!!!! and didnt even know it! hospital didnt even do a test to see! but to me it sounds normal. ... (26 replies)
... I'm now 7 weeks out and feel great and have been fine since week 2 or so. In my opinion, deal with the underlying problem by having the surgery if the fissures recur. Obviously, if you have one episode and conservative care heals the problem, then surgery wouldn't be necessary. ... (73 replies)
... Hi, I think you should consult with your doctor because I may be wrong but your not supposed to do the baths with salt if you've already done the surgery, i would imagine that would irritate the site of surgery. soak your bottom in tolerable hot water but without salt. (73 replies)
... or is this normal since my surgery was done only 6 days ago? ... (73 replies)
... or is this normal since my surgery was done only 6 days ago? ... (26 replies)


Associated Tags: anal fissure, constipation, healing, internal hemmerhoids, lateral internal sphincterotomy, sphincterotomy, stress

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