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Re: Fissure for about six months

Postby CSBDan » 10 Dec 2012, 14:01

I just discovered Balneol Lotion after reading about it online. It has been a godsend over the past week. It really calms down the pain and itching. It was expensive though. http://www.balneol.com/
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Re: Fissure for about six months

Postby owmybum » 11 Dec 2012, 02:52

I have also looked at this, but been put off by the price... Is it soothing? How do you use it. Dan?
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Re: Fissure for about six months

Postby CSBDan » 11 Dec 2012, 12:04

owmybum wrote:I have also looked at this, but been put off by the price... Is it soothing? How do you use it. Dan?
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It is extremely soothing to me. The bottle I got was small, I just put a dime size drop on my index finger and rub around the anus and just a little inside. The pamphlet talks about it helping the anal region obtain a ph balance which is necessary for healing I guess. In just 5 days, I feel so much better. It looks like I will always keep a bottle of this handy.
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Re: Fissure for about six months

Postby owmybum » 12 Dec 2012, 06:10

Dan,
I had a good read up about it and took the plunge and ordered some. X
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Re: Fissure for about six months

Postby amandah » 09 Oct 2013, 09:10

Applying it a bit internally stopped the severe headaches and side affects, as well working much better. Have been having issues myself for about 3 mths. Just had a colonoscopy and said everything was ok, just a fissure and to try to put the nitroglycerin ointment on with a q-tip internally and it is definitely getting better a little at a time. Putting it on just the rectum allows for some of it to get to your skin and cause the severe side affects. Good luck. Hope this helps.
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Re: Fissure for about six months

Postby mike673 » 14 Oct 2013, 16:40

I had an anal fissure surgery(LIS) back on August 8th, and i STILL have severe pain even after 5 sitz bath, percocets, and proctofoam aerosal treatments daily. It's now middle of October and i am NOT getting any better. What would help my pain??I cannot even drive my car anywhere without pain! URGGGGGGG!My surgeon won't get back in touch with me.
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Re: Fissure for about six months

Postby fishurfighter » 15 Oct 2013, 05:41

its IBS you have IBS try heating pad around your stomach. drinking water is good. quit meat coz its hard to pass. eat vegetables as much as you can. try milk and why protein for your protein needs. apply vaseline before BM.
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