cracks and breakages that occur in the anal canal or anus known and anal fissures. The muscle under the skin is exposed due to the crack and cause bleeding and intense pain when urinating. Anal fissure usually heals in 4-6 weeks.
Anal fissures usually occur during the passage of hard or large stool. The skin around the anus can also break due to frequent diarrhea or chronic cases of constipation. Some of the other causes include:
- effort delivery.
- Inflammatory bowel diseases such as Crohn’s disease (a chronic disease that affects the lining of the digestive tract).
- Very tight anal sphincter muscles.
- A decrease in blood flow to the anorectal region.
Some of the symptoms of anal fissures are:
- Visible tearing of the skin near the anus .
- itching or burning in the anal regions.
- Acute pain that occurs in the anal region during defecation.
- visible streaks of blood in the stool.
The risks of anal fissures can be reduced using the following measures:
- frequently changing diapers the babies.
- Using warm water and mild soap to clean the anal regions.
- The anal regions should be kept dry.
- 4. Immediately diarrhea treatment.
- Consuming large amounts of liquids and fibrous foods and regular exercise can help prevent constipation.
Some of the methods of Ayurvedic treatment for anal fissures are:
- Kshara-Sutra: This is a surgical method that is less invasive and involves cutting tissue are benign. This causes the strangulation tissue, thus causing the label while the underlying fissure heals fall within days.
- Externally :. Avagaha Sweda is implemented which is basically a bath with medicinal teas
- . Internal: The use of Deepana which are basically carminative (flatulence relieving drugs)
- Vata-nulomana: The process rectifies the operation of Apana Vayu (energy in the abdominal regions)