Fissures Treatment, Causes, and Symptoms
About Rectal Fissures
A rectal fissure is a common health condition caused by a tear in the lining of the lower rectum that causes pain during bowel movements. Rectal fissures affect patients of all ages. Rectal fissures are caused by injury to the rectal canal: if you strain to move stool, the increased pressure causes the veins in this tissue to swell and stretch. This can cause rectal fissures as well as hemorrhoids. Diarrhea or constipation also may lead to straining and can increase pressure on veins in the rectal canal. A rectal fissure causes a sharp, stinging, or burning pain around the sphincter during a bowel movement. The pain, which can be severe, may last for a few hours. Fissures may also cause the sphincter to itch. They often bleed lightly or cause a yellowish discharge. EMUAID® First Aid Ointment doesn’t contain steroids, cortisones or other harsh, dangerous chemicals to stop the pain and discomfort associated with anal fissure. Instead, EMUAID®’s natural ingredients reduces the painful symptoms of infection and soothe the skin to stop any discomfort.*
Emuaid® is a groundbreaking, scientifically-based, modern homeopathic topical ointment engineered with powerful natural ingredients and rare growth factor stimulators that work synergistically to soothe irritation, calm inflammation across a variety of disorders and provide symptomatic relief for damaged and resistant skin conditions. If you’re looking for a rectal fissure treatments, you can’t go wrong with Emuaid®.
Rectal Fissures Treatment
There are multiple rectal fissure treatments out there, but most of them don’t require any sort of formal treatment.
If you’re experiencing pain or discomfort from anal fissures try the following four things before moving on to more formal rectal fissure treatments.
- Consume more fiber
- Drink more water
- Exercise more regularly
- Take stool softeners to avoid straining bowel movements
Some nonsurgical rectal fissure treatment options include:
Nitroglycerin - Externally applied nitroglycerin has been found to help increase blood flow to rectal fissures and help them heal. Nitroglycerin is usually used only after other nonsurgical options have been tried because it can cause severe headaches.
Topical creams - Creams like Emuaid are helpful as they can help soften and heal sensitive or damaged tissue. Just apply it on the external area of the sphincter.
Botox (Botulinum toxin type A) - Botox, also known as botulinum type A, is able to relax spasms which helps the anal muscles heal. Sometimes you just need to relax so your body can heal.
Blood pressure medicines - Blood pressure medications act in a similar fashion as botox. Meaning, they act as muscle relaxers which can help your anal muscles calm down and heal the way they’re supposed to.
In some more extreme cases, surgery may be necessary. Your doctor will be able to walk you through those options should they be necessary for your situation.
QUICKLY CALMS INFLAMMATION, PAIN AND DISCOMFORT*
The soothing homeopathic ingredients in EMUAID® Ointment provides relief on contact to reduce itching and relieve pain and discomfort.* Each of the ingredients in EMUAID® was selected based upon having long histories and clinical support of providing outstanding benefits in skin therapy.
AIDS DAMAGED SKIN AND REDUCES ANAL FISSURES
EMUAID® can be used both internally and externally, working to greatly reduce torn and inflamed tissue and eventually reducing painful fissures. Any time the skin is damaged there is a potential for scarring or permanent blemish. EMUAID® stimulates blood flow to rapidly promote the growth of new healthy skin cells and prevent scar tissue from forming.
SAFE AND PAINLESS – WITH NO SIDE EFFECTS
Unlike other leading products, EMUAID® has no irritating chemicals or reported side effects. It contains natural ingredients and can be used safely by the entire family. EMUAID® is unsurpassed in its simplicity and power.