Anal Fissures

What are Anal Fissures?

An anal fissure is a rip in the anal canal’s lining, causing discomfort and rectal bleeding, especially during bowel movements. These fissures often result from anal trauma, usually associated with the strain of passing hard stools. Anal fissures are prevalent in various age groups, with about half of individuals experiencing them before the age of 40. Seeking medical attention is advisable for effective management and timely healing.

An anal fissure can improve with professional care at Schneck. Our experienced healthcare providers understand the challenges associated with anal fissures and can offer personalized guidance and treatment options. Seeking care at Schneck ensures a thorough assessment of your condition, effective management strategies, and support throughout the healing process.

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