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Colostomy Reversal


Fissurectomy is a surgical procedure that involves the removal of an anal fissure, which is a tear in the lining of the anus. This condition can cause pain, discomfort, and bleeding.


The symptoms of an anal fissure can include:

  • Pain during bowel movements

  • Blood in the stool

  • Itching or burning around the anus

Fissurectomy: Effective Treatment for Anal Fissures"

Surgical Options

Fissurectomy is the most common surgical option for treating an anal fissure. During the procedure, the surgeon removes the fissure and any scar tissue that may have formed.

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What to expect after fissurectomy

After fissurectomy, you will need to wear a pad to catch any bleeding. You may also experience some pain and discomfort. Our doctor will prescribe pain medication to help you manage these symptoms.

You will need to avoid strenuous activity for a few weeks after surgery. You should also avoid sitting for long periods of time.

We will schedule follow-up appointments to monitor your recovery. They will also check to make sure that the fissure has healed properly.

Preventing complications

There are a few things you can do to help prevent complications from fissurectomy:

  • Follow doctor’s instructions carefully

  • Take your pain medication as prescribed

  • Avoid strenuous activity and sitting for long periods of time

  • Eat a healthy diet and drink plenty of fluids

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