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Breakthrough treatment proves 90 success rate on painful anal fissures. Anal fissure (fissures) is a very painful condition caused by trauma to the anus and anal canal, which then cuts or tears the anus and anal canal tissue. These tears can be caused by straining to have a bowel movement, hard stools, and chronic episodes of diarrhea. Symptoms include rectal bleeding, anal itching, and painful bowel movements. Non-surgical treatments are recommended initially for acute and chronic anal fissures. These include topical nitroglycerin or calcium channel blockers (e. Diltiazem), or injection of botulinum toxin into the anal sphincter. The most common symptoms of anal fissures are a sharp pain when you poo, often followed by a deep burning pain that may last several hours bleeding when you poo most people notice a small amount of bright red blood either in their poo or on the toilet paper when to see a gp. If your anal fissure is particularly severe or doesnt respond to treatment after 8 weeks, you may have to be referred to a colorectal surgeon, a doctor who specialises in conditions that affect the rectum and anus, for specialist treatment. The surgery, called a lateral internal sphincterotomy (lis), involves making a small cut in the anal sphincter muscle. My experience has been that botox injections, lateral internal sphincterotomy, application of nitroglycerin ointment, and other conventional medical treatments for a chronic anal fissure tend to lead to temporary healing at best and a re-occurrence of the fissure if emotional stress continues to take its toll on the internal anal sphincter. Breakthrough treatment proves 90 success rate on painful anal fissures.