Fissure hemorrhoid treatment is an effective way to treat painful hemorrhoids that cause fissures. Usually, these symptoms can be treated with creams or lotions, but a surgical procedure may be required in extreme cases.
What are fissure hemorrhoids?
Fissure hemorrhoids are small, linear, tender hemorrhoids that occur on the inside of the colon. They can be painful and may bleed easily. They are most common in people aged 30 to 50 and are more common in women than men.
What are the symptoms of fissure hemorrhoids? The most common symptom of fissure hemorrhoids is a pain when passing stool. Other symptoms may include blood in the stool, diarrhea, and fever. If left untreated, fissure hemorrhoids can worsen and become chronic.
How do I treat fissure hemorrhoids?
One of the most common treatments for hemorrhoids is medication. There are a variety of over-the-counter and prescription medications available that can help shrink and relieve the symptoms of hemorrhoids. However, not all medications are effective for everyone, so it is important to speak with your doctor before taking any type of hemorrhoid treatment.
If medication is not an option or if it is not working well enough, another option is surgery. This may involve either traditional surgery or laser surgery.
With traditional surgery, stitches are usually placed inside and around hemorrhoid to hold it in place while it heals. Laser surgery uses less invasive techniques and is often less painful than traditional surgery.