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... Well, here's an update! I'm a bit amazed how much rubber banding has helped treat internally. However, I could not entirely avoid the scalpel. ... (10 replies)
... only for a few minutes and I did not experience any pain during so I assumed things were fine. A few days later I began to experience an anal fissure. There was blood and unbearable pain during bowel movements. First I was fearful that I had obtained an STD but soon found out from a doctor that it was a fissure. ... (0 replies)
... Hey Firewoman....we DO defintiely have a lot in common...I've always had medical problems, but after having my kids....two of youngest is oldest is 8.... I have been a wreck! I just haven't been well since I had them....I also have sugar issues...most likely low blood sugar.. ... (71 replies)

... Thank you SO MUCH for your response! ... (5 replies)
Oct 24, 2003
... Anitraw, you still are in the early stages of healing, and it can be normal to bleed when having a stool for up to the first 2 months. ... (996 replies)
... Hi, this is what I posted a few minutes ago...don't know if I did it right, but thought at a minimum you would benefit from my story. Best of luck with your mom! ... (3 replies)
... Hi Anal Fissure sufferers... ... (2 replies)
... D for as long as I could remember ...Especially with the PAXIL... ... (2 replies)
... Sometimes I ate better than others, just as much as I used to, but from time to time I'd cut my meals a little short. ... (1 replies)
Sep 3, 2003
... propelling. Now I learned one thing for myself, just popping in the stool softeners didn't work. I paid the price dearly for the first 3 weeks with stools that reinjured me. ... (996 replies)
... s, and decided that y fissure would not heal unless they were removed, and that they were just too bad to leave anyways, so I also had a hemorrhoidotectomy. ... (0 replies)
... I developed an anal fissure. It was very painful but eventually healed. What happened after was much worse. ... (12 replies)
... It's been about a month, first noticed blood in my waste when I had diarrhea. ... (3 replies)
... This is my first post after trolling to find an excuse for my rectal discomfort. ... (2 replies)
... Hi there, it is so funny people are this week out of the blue bringing up things that I am suddenly experiencing too! ... (8 replies)
Colon cancer?
Apr 2, 2012
... The story is a bit long, but I'll try to condense it! Anyway, as the thread title suggests, I'm getting quite concerned about the possibility I may have colon cancer. ... (0 replies)
... I've heard about this treatment in place of the sphincterotomy, but I'm wondering how many doctors are using botox. It sounds so much more appealing to me than getting the muscle cut which is such a permanent procedure. ... (11 replies)
... I may have a solution but I havent had it nearly as long as you my anal fisure healed so it seems but it came back for short time without blood but it seemed more rash like symtoms my solution was to grease the area with creamy vasoline. ... (5 replies)
... I believe I have a fissure and I believe it began with a bout of diahrrea about a month ago. I don't know for sure if it just one month old because that's when I first noticed it. ... (26 replies)
... urological issues. Diagnosed with IBS at 17, I am now 29. All GI tests have been done to find the cause of my chronic cramping and diarrhea except a colonoscopy which is now in the works. ... (4 replies)

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