4weeks out from LIS with lots of questions

I have questions and need input 4 weeks after surgery.

Are you having, or have you had a Lateral Internal Sphincterotomy (LIS)? Please share your experiences here, or ask any questions.

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Re: 4weeks out from LIS with lots of questions

Postby Rich44 » 25 Mar 2022, 23:05

10 weeks - that's a long time. But you are getting close!
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Levator Ani Sep 2014 - Feb 2016 (left job, cured!)
LIS, skin tags removed - Oct 2020
Fissure 100% healed!
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Re: 4weeks out from LIS with lots of questions

Postby razireaver » 06 Aug 2022, 03:01

Hi there, glad to hear that you are seeing some improvements. The pain that you experienced at the 4 weeks mark, was it lasting a long time after the bowel motion. And was it similar to the spasm pain you experienced before. I had an LIS done around 4 weeks ago and I am still in pain. It is similar to what I experienced before the surgery. Standing are walking are pretty painful. Sitting or laying in bed seems to bring some comfort.
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Re: 4weeks out from LIS with lots of questions

Postby avfissue » 06 Aug 2022, 20:11

I didn’t have that fissure spasm pain after bowel movements, but I did have pain from the incision site. It hurt for sure, but not that horrible spasm pain. I bled and hurt for 5 months before I really noticed a large decrease in the pain. I can’t believe how fast some healed.
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