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Extreme pain in rectum while excreting. Diagnosed anal fisher and gave prep h and miralax. Pain still there, burn after pooping. Further treatment?

Hello For a guy like me this is embarassing but im tired of it... For months now I have been having problems pooping it hurts so bad that i can not stand to sit and then walk at that while i was in job corps this same thing occured and i seen the doctor there and she said it was an anal fisher and put me on prep h, some pain med thing i had to use before passing and then miralax this all helped however it never really went away it became bearable to poop again without not wanting to prevent myself from doing so but now its just so bad that im in pain for hours after words and if i fart after pooping it will burn and ill get unbearable pain Im not sure what to do about this no money to pay for an urgent care visit and not sure if this warrants an ER visit
Asked On : Thu, 21 Jun 2012
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Thanks for query,
It seems that you are having fissure in ano with severe infection.
Go for antibiotic and anti inflammatory medicine for 3-5 days.
Take laxative at night so that you pass your stool smoothly helping healing fissure.
Avoid constipation,
Avoid fried,chillies and junk food.
Take plenty of water.
Apply some local analgesic,antibiotic cream.
If there is no relief then you have to go for surgery.
Ok and bye.
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