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Severe anal pain, pain on passing stools. On dupulux medication. Anal fissures detected. Treatment?

hi suffering from severe anal pain. i feel very painful while passing 26 years old .weight 53.5. i had dupulux..i went doctor she told me tht its anal fissure after checking me.i felt better for the past days. but from today pain started while passing tool.i couldnt pass the tool becoz of the pain. please suggest me a solution as soon as possible.
Asked On : Sat, 21 Jul 2012
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Ayurveda Specialist 's  Response
There is an excellent treatment for fissures and piles in homeopathy.

Start taking Tab.FP-200 pills 2 tabs four times a day on empty stomach and FP-200 ointment for local application around anal region.

Continue this treatment for 3 months for complete cure.

Dr.Atique Ansari
Answered: Fri, 18 Oct 2013
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Psychiatrist Dr. Manisha Gopal's  Response
welcome to health care magic!

Your presentation is similar to anal fissure. it is a condition in which there occurs an injury to the inner epithelium of the anal canal, so, when ever one passes stools, there is "sharp pain". This condition respond to stool softeners, like one you had taken. Along with medical treatment, soft diet like kitchdi, curd, dalia, lots of salad and veggies help in softening the stools and there by helping the site to heal soon. this diet also helps in preventing further development of fissures.
it is also good to avoid strong spices for some time. In my clinical experience, in case of consistent pain, one can temporarily use anaesthetic gel locally for relief. usually anal fissures resolve with these measures but still if it disturbs please consult doctor again.

Hope this is helpful for you. Feel free to ask if you have any more questions.

Dr. Manisha Gopal
Answered: Fri, 18 Oct 2013
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