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Suffering from anal fissures, back pain, itching in anus. Surgery done, no relief. Cure?

Hi, I am 37 years old female. My weight is 58. I am suffering from anal fissure from last one year. 2 months back i had surgery done but the problem is that iam still having pain. Passing stools is ok but pain remain there for whole day. Little pain i feel in back also. Some sort of itching in the area all the time.
Asked On : Sat, 16 Feb 2013
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Welcome to the forum. The pain can be due to infection or incomplete healing of the surgical wound. You can take warm sitz bath, it will give you relief. Laxatives and warm milk at bed time will help to keep bowels soft. Analgesics can be taken in case of severe pain.

In such a case you should get clinically examined, you may need medical attention and antibiotics. Itching is an indication of infection that needs to be immediately controlled. Do not scratch.

Application of a thin film of soframycin oitment will help you get rid of itching. Take care.
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