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An anal fissure is a small tear in the thin, moist tissue (mucosa) that lines the anus. It can cause pain and bleeding during bowel movements. You also may experience spasms in the ring of muscle at the end of your anus (anal sphincter). Anal fissures are very common in young infants but can affect people of any age. Medication may temporarily relieve you from the pain whereas surgery may be required for curing the root of the disease.
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If you notice a bulge or swelling near your stomach, abdomen or groin, you may have a Fissure. You should immediately consult a doctor and get diagnosed.
If your Fissure pains, or if it seems to be continuously growing, the doctor may suggest surgery. Most of the Fissure surgeries are done on an outpatient basis. The doctor will make an incision and then he’ll either put the tissue back in position or remove it.
Fissures don’t go away on their own. Only surgery can repair a Fissure. Some people may never need surgery for a small Fissure. If the Fissure is small and you don’t have any symptoms, or if the symptoms don’t bother you much, you and your doctor may simply continue to watch for symptoms to occur.
A Fissure may, however, be the cause of discomfort and pain, with symptoms often becoming worse when standing, straining, or lifting heavy items. In some cases, a Fissure needs immediate surgery, for instance, when part of the gut becomes obstructed or strangulated by an inguinal Fissure.