Proctology Treatment for Fissure in Ano includes following
An anal fissure is a split in the skin lining the anal canal. The predominant symptom of an anal fissure is pain, especially when opening the bowels. It is frequently associated with bleeding, the blood being seen on the toilet paper and sometimes dripping into the toilet bowl.
The cause of an anal fissure is still somewhat of a mystery, but it is thought to be caused by excessive straining on a hard stool or sometimes by excessive opening of the bowels with diarrhoea, often associated with a tummy upset.