- Acute – early, less than a month +/- 15 days
- Chronic – long-standing, more than 2 months duration. Mostly have a skin covering like piles
Doctors of Fissure Treatment explain that there are many things that cause Fissures.
Some the common causes of Fissure are
Most fissures can be treated conservatively, at least the acute ones. Most of the chronic fissures need some surgical treatment in the form of an operation.
Dilatation: Forceful opening of the anal canal which is under spasm, done under anesthesia. These lead to loss of bowel control in most cases due to damage to the anal sphincter’s/valves. Hence largely abandoned or done by people not abreast with the newer methods.
Lateral Internal Sphincterotomy: Achieves the same principle of releasing the anal spasm but where a small muscle is incised. Need to be done by Fissures Treatment Experts as the degree of incised muscle directly correlates with the bowel control.
Advanced Treatments: Most of the treatments are painless and bloodless. In many cases, patients can be discharged in 1 day. The chronic fissure which fails to respond to conservative treatment is dealt with Laser Lateral Internal Sphincterotomy (Laser-LIS) which is the least invasive and highly effective.
This treatment for fissure by best fissure doctors at SIICP will enable the patient to have full control over bowel movements. Once again, Fissure Treatment using Laser should be only done by an expert colorectal surgeon. Ensure that the doctor is qualified and not a fake one before undergoing the treatment. Don’t risk your life in the hands of unqualified fake doctors.