They may also ask about your toilet habits. Most cases occur in people who have constipation , when a particularly hard or large poo tears the lining of the anal canal. In some people, symptoms from anal fissures last 6 weeks or more chronic anal fissures. Surgery may be recommended in persistent cases of anal fissure where self-help measures and medicine have not helped. They can also tell you about self-help measures and treatments that can relieve your symptoms and reduce the risk of fissures coming back. Do not let embarrassment stop you seeking help.
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A GP will ask you about your symptoms and the type of pain you have been experiencing.
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How to ease symptoms of anal fissure Adopting some simple self-help measures can make going to the toilet easier. Diagnosing anal fissures A GP will ask you about your symptoms and the type of pain you have been experiencing. An anal fissure is a tear or open sore ulcer that develops in the lining of the large intestine, near the anus. A digital rectal examination , where a GP inserts a lubricated, gloved finger into your bottom to feel for abnormalities, is not usually used to diagnose anal fissures as it's likely to be painful.