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... ns back up, i have had LIS before, then a year after , I got a fissure again, i've now had it for 1 year and a half, it's so frustrating, I don't want to get the surgery again, i've already had it done and it came back, but I guess I have no choice, the 0. ... (73 replies)
... why you chose LIS versus other methods, how long it took you to recover after the surgery enough to return to work, and if you struggle with being able to "hold it" now when the urge to have a BM comes on. ... (73 replies)
... I did not have the fissure removed. My pain after LIS was minimal. In fact, I took one pain pill the evening after my surgery as a preventative measure and came to find out that it was unnecessary. ... (73 replies)

... removing the fissure ? im confused, a fissure is a tear in your skin inside your anal canal ? how would that be removed ? you can't remove tears, they just heal. The LIS cuts the spasming sphlinter which relaxes and let's the "cut" heal. (73 replies)
... to heal. However, I was told and have read that chronic fissures will have scare tissue which will never heal and has to be removed. ... (73 replies)
... He told me that I needed LIS and after doing much research I discovered it is the best way to successfully cure a chronic fissure. I had the surgery last October along with removal of the sentinel tag and enlarged papilla and for me it was quick, relatively painless and now I have no problems. ... (73 replies)
... The procedures I had done actually consisted of removing the fissures and one or more hemorroids. It was extremely painful. The surgery was done by a doctor is his 60s that was a Colon and Rectal specialist. ... (73 replies)
... ink as much water as i should, so i guess i kinda deserve it, but it seems to me ur a fit guy, lifting weights , etc... so you should get the anal sphinterectomy surgery done and then move on with your life. ... (73 replies)
... I am a 27 year old male that has been battling with anal fissures now for six years. The problem initially started around March of 2003. I started experiencing pain while having bowl movements. ... (73 replies)
... Hi EFNES, Not sure if you are still online. Just wondering how everything turned out for you now....My situation seems almost exactly like your (with the fissure surgery followed by what I think is irritated hemoroids) and wondering how you are managing??? (2 replies)
... have you had them check to make sure you do not have any fissures or an oddly placed hemorrhoid? ... (14 replies)
... een treating what I thought were internal hemorrhoids instead of a fissure so it's no wonder the problem became chronic. I was in agony and would have gladly had surgery there and then to cure it but the waiting list for the operation was a couple of months so it gave me time to research as much as I could about anal fissures. ... (10 replies)
... Wow....I have started to use nitroglycerin ointment to try to heal my chronic anal fissures. The IMMEDIATE headaches are unbelievable, and stop me in my tracks! I am hopeful that this will subside in time, and am willing to actually endure these headaches (which do go away in between doses), if I can get my rear to heal! If you've used this ointment, do the headaches... (2 replies)
... and PRAY that they at least offer some relief in the meantime. I am still expecting to have surgery...just from reading all of the posts on here about chronic fissures with tags. ... (79 replies)
... hypertrophied papillae that is a sign of a chronic anal fissure. Chronic fissures typically do not heal without LIS surgery. ... (79 replies)
... I suffered with a fissure for years but it was not debilitating and extremely painful until about 5 months ago. I tried the conservative treatment and it did not work for me since my fissure was already chronic. One of the things I tried was an herbal oil to heal fissures. I got it at It has a money back guarantee that it will heal the fissure but it did not... (79 replies)
... Thanks Kinderella, I no longer use any of the creams I used for the fissure such as Nifedipine or Diltiazem. The surgeon said don't bother you had the sphincterectomy so spasms should have stopped hence they are pointless. I sometimes still use Prep H, or wheatgrass on bad days to soothe area....Not sure if it does much for the posterior fissure area but it seems to help... (57 replies)
... I still regret I had the surgery, I didn't have these type of problems before, no pain, that's for sure. If you have surgery or rubber band procedure, I would make sure you find a specialist you are comfortable with. ... (57 replies)
... to yours. I had intense pain for 6 months, did all the creams, softners etc....then did sphincterectomy....things just got worse....Two months later I did second surgery since doc said first one was incomplete. ... (57 replies)
... So I had a sphincterotomy nearly a year ago to fix a med sized 6o'clock fissure. It helped that heal, but after the surgery I continued to use my nitro cream. ... (2 replies)

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