What is Fissures


A small tear in the lining of the anus is referred to as Anal fissure.

Anal fissures may occur when passing hard stool or when anyone is suffering from constipation since some weeks. In females, it can occur post delivery when labor has been difficult.

It is a painful condition and acts as a hindrance in day-today activities of the affected person.


An anal fissure can cause pain and bleeding during bowel movements Sometimes there is pain in the rectum which mostly occur while defecating, or even after defecation. There is associated itching and bleeding may from cracked skin.

If left untreated, it worsens and deepens to form a fistula .


Common treatments include increased dietary fibre intake and protection from further injury.

Hip bath is suggested.

Homeopathy for Fissures

Homeopathy aims at curing anal fissures in this holistic manner. It improves the digestive system along with curing the immediate symptoms of anal fissures. Homeopathy not only treats and cures the acute anal fissure, it is able to cure the chronic form of anal fissures also. Homeopathic medicines for anal fissures are able to eradicate the tendency to have fissures. This means that recurrence of anal fissures is avoided. That is why Homeopathy is known to have the best treatment of anal fissures.

Any patient who starts homoeopathic medicines is able to get progressive improvement within 2-3 weeks. Every followed week aims towards healing the fissures/ fistulas and complete cure is possible within 6-9 months. We do guide the patient necessary changes in his eating habits and in his lifestyle simultaneously.

Few tips to prevent fissure

  • Pass bowel movements comfortably and avoid strain
  • Keep anal area dry always.
  • Use soft, scent free toilet papers or wipes.
  • Includes lots of fiber to prevent constipation.
  • Wheat bran and oat bran is good.
  • Prunes and raisins helps to soften stools.

Caution : However, the medication must always be taken under the supervision of a qualified practitioner.

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