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And they will just think it is a consequence of having sex. People should know that anal fissures can be treated and that there are things you can do to help heal them. They can bleed—a lot. The pain, potential embarrassment, and experience of seeing blood coming from the butt can be emotionally traumatic for many people, causing them to suffer in silence instead of seeking treatment. Anal fissures tend to happen in that pinched area. If you get a tear, the lack of blood flow can prevent it from healing.
Every time they bottom, the fissure will break open again, and the fissure remains chronically open.
This can be quite painful. Anal fissures are caused by trauma to the anal canal. People can get fissures if they get pounded hard during sex or have a really large bowel movement.
Small fissures can heal up on their own without any treatment. If you have a very large fissure, it can require a visit to a proctologist to do surgery.
The small to medium ones are treated with a cream that dilates the blood vessels and stimulates blood flow to the fissure. This promotes healing.
People are instructed to put a little dollop of the paste on their butt three times a day, for up to six weeks, but most fissures heal after two or three weeks. Lidocaine is a numbing agent so the cream desensitizes the area while also helping it heal. Talk to your health care provider! Get info about everything from douching to fissures with this series on all things anal. Visit sfaf. Anal health. Anal fissures are treatable. By Douchie.
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