Although hemorrhoids are a problem in and of themselves, they can also cause severe problems when they become hemorrhoid fissures (sometimes referred to as anal fissures).
Although hemorrhoids can cause pain by tearing and ripping, it is not a fissure. Fissures are tears on the non-hemorrhoid portion of the anal tissues. To be a problem, they don't have to be completely torn.
If you are suffering from anal fissures and hemorrhoids problems, then you should consult a doctor to get treatment.
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The hemorrhoid problem becomes more severe, and the tissue in the area of the anal gets more fragile and prone to tearing. A tear or fissure may form during a bowel movement, which can be caused by severe constipation or diarrhea.
These can be more severe than the hemorrhoid problem, and they may still exist after the hemorrhoids have gone.
Anal fissures can be caused by hemorrhoids. Poor diet leads to poor bowel movements, which in turn causes anal fissures. To heal the anal fissure, you need bowel movements that don't make it difficult or too runny. To help your stool problem, eat a lot of water and fiber. If this is a persistent problem, you should consult a doctor.
Many hemorrhoid creams can also be used to treat anal fissures. Check the label to see if the cream that you used to treat hemorrhoid issues also helps with healing and pain. The nature of fissures means that pain relief will not work against them.
Open fissures are more difficult to clean and require extra care. The area should be cleaned regularly throughout the day. To keep the area clean, use a baby wipe or something similar after every bowel movement. The pain can be relieved by a warm bath.