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... 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)
... it's been a little over a week since my LIS surgery. BM's have been pain free since the surgery and it doesn't hurt to sit down anymore. It's been at least 3 days since I have taken any pain medication. ... (26 replies)
... was severely constipated.. but it didnt hurt. then day 8 i went a little more, it didnt hurt at all either. and now today, i fully went, and i feel amazing. This surgery has been a lifesaver. ... (26 replies)

... I had a lateral sphincterotomy on Nov. 11th, 2009. Yes, my surgery went well, and the first few days were great....but the pain from the surgrey site is now starting to feel much better at 6 weeks. ... (26 replies)
... Hi all. I posted up my experience in a different thread, but no one ever responded, so I thought I'd post here instead. I had been dealing with a chronic fissure for over 4 years. It sucked. Every day was an adventure. I never knew if or how much it was going to hurt or how long I was going to be uncomfortable for the rest of the day. In addition to the every day... (73 replies)
... n to tell me that I could try to use creams and change my diet but mentioned that in my case that might not help at all and that I'm going to have to go with the surgery now or later. Of course I chose the first one and have been doing that for the past 2 months now, and no, nothing has changed. ... (5 replies)
... healed. I no longer have pain, it's more a general soreness which is probably from an abcess that formed at the surgery sight. ... (73 replies)
... hypertrophied papillae that is a sign of a chronic anal fissure. Chronic fissures typically do not heal without LIS surgery. ... (79 replies)
... he explained everything from A to Z for me and we started with ointments , botox and others and finally i don't want to jinx ma self but as far as surgery it went good...i did it last Friday..came home slept and everything is just fine...he called me several times to check on me too. ... (57 replies)
... rtunately my gp did not know very much about fissures, abscesses or fistulas but over the years we have both become quite knowledgable. I have not had the exact surgery that you are facing but similar and I would reccomend any surgery to take away the pain that an angry fissure can cause. ... (4 replies)
... I also had a general surgeon do my hemorrhoidectomy. Most people recommend going with a colorectal surgeon. I had also used this surgeon for esophagus surgery and gallbladder surgery in the past. He did a great job. I didn't realize how deformed my butt looked. ... (23 replies)
... Think into it for awhile before you have surgery. I've known 3 people who had this same surgery and all 3 of them ending up getting anal fissures for them it was pointless. I've had them in the past and with my experience they healed given enough time and a good diet. ... (79 replies)
... rectum for bm ,you need addition surgery to attach a pouch . ... (10 replies)
... Ok,I am at my wits end! Nearly 4 months ago, I had several internal and external hems removed,along with a chronic fissure and an LIS (muscle cut to prevent future fissures).I am still having small amount of bright red blood with bm,each and everyday.It is alarming to me. When I had my surgery,I told the dr. I was very worried I had rectal cancer (don't laugh at me-I always... (3 replies)
Oct 8, 2004
... I have a fissure now, that has been bothering me for over a month. How do you know when surgery is needed? ... (996 replies)
Nov 20, 2003
... was removed therefore preventing total wound closure. He would never perform more than a two quadrant surgery for that reason. ... (996 replies)
... Hi Sandra I had ventral mesh rectopexy in December 2012 but for me though it helped hold the prolapse in place,my symptoms have got much much worse. Symptoms before were...constant feeling of pressure in back passage which I still get,forcing/straining on the toilet(not constipated),persistant bloatedness,rectal,abdominal,stomach and pelvic... (6 replies)
... I had a hemmi that took a year too fight without surgery. Bad bowel habits, like forcingm to go when i didnt have to and trying to hold too long( like the whole day). I noticed that you take ginger tea, nice im going too look into that......the miralax i take gives me gas....a foul gas. thanks for the reply! (17 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)
... 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)

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