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... First you must get your sphincter muscle to relax naturally. The surgeon does it by cutting the muscle which of course is unnatural. ... (12 replies)
... There are several ointments available by prescription that will allow the area to heal and relax the anal sphincter muscle so it doesnt go into spasm so the fissure can then heal on its own. ... (79 replies)
Hemorrhoidectomy
Sep 27, 2003
... or the outside, your insides you can't reach or touch normally. But I found that I could indeed treat the inside by bathing it with gotu kola after cleaning the sphincter with wet cotton tips. ... (996 replies)

... h dose of Citrucel. When you first start taking Citrucel it can take up to 3 days for it to work. I found that if I am tense and stressed then my rectal and anal sphincter muscles get tight as a drum and then I can't pass any stool or if I do it's very small and narrow stool and it excruciating to pass it. ... (1 replies)
... It may take up to an hour or more to work. Being stressed can make your sphincter muscles tighten up. Put some relaxing music on and then try taking slow deep breaths and hold it to the count of 15 and slowly exhale through pursed lips. ... (4 replies)
... and lying in a warm tub of water might help to relax your rectal anal sphincter muscles. The suppository can take as little as 20 minutes to work or as long as several hours to work. ... (2 replies)
... anal sphincter muscles. Give yourself plenty of time on the toilet when you need to move your bowels and don't get cleaned up and off the toilet right away . ... (1 replies)
... The doctor may try nitro ointment to relax your anal sphincter. If unable to heal with less invasive methods you may have surgery to relax the sphincter. There are many threads on this board that discuss anal fissures and their treatment. ... (4 replies)
... Don't worry unduly and give your body time to heal after the hemorrhoid problem you have just experienced. The narrow stools could be because your sphincter muscle is in spasm and is not opening fully to evacuate. ... (8 replies)
... benefit from the biofeedback, but robyns has mentioned having better results. My newly attached muscles are very weak, and I have never been able to squeeze the sphincter in isolation. When doing kegels, I end up squeezing my cheeks, thighs, everything. It's the only way I can contract anything. ... (298 replies)
... What I can't figure out is why on earth the internal sphincter muscle wouldn't just relax over time? ... (16 replies)
... water and soak without ever having to use the tub to soak in. Excellent for after having bm's as you can jump right on it afterwards. The sitz bath is used to relax the internal muscle that is spasming and causing the pain as well as preventing the tear from healing. I suffered from a chronic anal fissure last year, too. ... (12 replies)
... anterior tear. For the surgery they make a cut in the anal sphincter to help relax it. I guess the reason the fissures don't heal is because the sphincter goes into spasms causing a lot of the pain, and making a cut in the sphincter relaxes it and allows it to heal. ... (7 replies)
... Forcing a bowel movement actually causes the anal sphincter to contract. Stress can also cause a tight anal sphincter. ... (1 replies)
... The only way of that I know to strengthen muscle weakness is to exercise them. Basically, as Harry says, you need to push and relax your anus to strengthen the anal sphincter muscles. It is the same principle of pelvic floor exercises for women following childbirth. ... (3 replies)
... ove my bowels. Give yourself at at least 30 minutes of unrushed and uninterrupted time on the toilet. Read or listen to relaxing music so that your mind and body relax as well as the rectal spchinter muscles. The one way that helps me to move my bowels is to do slow deep breathing exercises. ... (1 replies)
Anal fissures
Jan 25, 2018
... fix solution to this problem was a certain type of tea which when I consume, helps me a lot with bowel movements. My external sphincter is fairly tight and it is very difficult to relax it during bowel movements, especially when I am constipated. ... (6 replies)
... exercises to help me go without straining and forcing myself to push out a BM. I found this to be a lot less painful than straining. It helps the anal and rectal sphincter to relax so the BM comes out easier. I now know I can't allow myself to go without my bowels at least every 48 hours. ... (8 replies)
... The premise of making the cut, is they cut the sphincter muscle, which allows the sphincter to relax and the fissure to heal. ... (12 replies)
... i'm not sure of the difference between the two. i have heard of a fissurectomy where the doctor tries to remove scar tissue around the fissure and i have heard of what i had done, which is was called Subcutaneous lateral internal sphincterotomy, usually called LIS or a sphincterotomy around the message boards. LIS involves making an incision in the sphincter either on the... (1 replies)




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