Can anal fissure relapse easily?
A few months ago, it was too hard to shit. I squatted for 10 minutes before pulling it out. It hurt like a cutter, so I brought a little blood on it. I didn’t bring it on the paper. In the next five days, every time I went to the toilet, I felt that my anus was cut by a knife, but I got better after a while. There is no blood in the toilet now, and I usually don’t feel uncomfortable or painful. Is this self-healing? Will it relapse easily if it gets better?
Hello, there is an occasional stool pain. This slight anal fissure is superficial. Usually, you pay attention to your diet to improve your stool habits, and you can recover by yourself slowly. However, if you recur for a long time, you may form chronic anal fissure. You can explain your illness in detail.
Patients with anal fissure will not recur under normal circumstances. The main reason is that the stool is extremely dry and cannot be discharged normally. If the patient changes his diet, he can get a good relief and cure. If he doesn’t eat spicy and stimulating food at ordinary times, he will eat some light food, so that the stool will be smooth and his condition will improve.
Anal fissure may heal itself in the early stage, but it may also recur. For patients with anal fissure who have no effect after conservative treatment, it is best to choose surgical treatment, but there may be certain risks after surgical treatment, such as fecal incontinence.
This is easy to appear relapse ah, as long as your defecation habits have changed, always have the problem of dry stool, then it is easy to appear anal fissure, then if you can’t control it, repeatedly attack, he will form an old anal fissure, then this time you have to operate
Hello, it’s my pleasure to serve you, according to your description of the situation and clinical symptoms. This situation of yours may be caused by anal fissure when defecating last time. Now the symptoms of anal fissure have disappeared, indicating that anal fissure has healed. It is suggested that you should develop the habit of regular defecation in the future, minimize the time of squatting when defecating, insist on cleaning the anus every day, and apply local hot compress after cleaning. Eat more vegetables at ordinary times and avoid spicy and irritating food. Prevent recurrence.