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3 months post lis and fissurectomy

Postby Jsingh » 11 Dec 2013, 18:00

Hi All,...a quick question...I am now a little over three months post fissurectomy ,tag removal and second lis..fissure pain and spasm is gone...however I am stuck with this constant burning sensation in the anal region ,not related to bowel movement..sitting is difficult. In addition any time I sit I get this intense wave of nausea which accompanies the burning sensation...spoken to a number of doctors but no answers...I know it sounds weird but is real...any input would be appreciated..
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Re: 3 months post lis and fissurectomy

Postby FissureHome » 13 Dec 2013, 19:14

Sorry to hear your feeling like this..I havent had LIS so i cant tell you too much..but i can say that im still trying to heal naturally and thats how i felt in the beginning of my fissure..Nausea when sittin accompinied by stinging and burning pains. Hope somone can help you out. Are you applying any creams still?
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Re: 3 months post lis and fissurectomy

Postby Jsingh » 14 Dec 2013, 18:27

Thanks for the reply...I am not applying any more creams.....did your feeling of nausea go away on its own and after how long?...this is driving me crazy.
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Re: 3 months post lis and fissurectomy

Postby FissureHome » 15 Dec 2013, 06:36

Our situation is very different.. i didnt have surgery..especailly since you had fissurectomy and tag remoal..but mine nausea went away after a couple weeks..Sorry i couldnt be of more help..Hope someone in your situation can help you out.
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Re: 3 months post lis and fissurectomy

Postby skumar » 20 Dec 2013, 14:00

Hi JSingh,

My doctor gave me Anucort(anusol) Hydrocortisone suppositries to soften the scar?Did you also use it ? I have read somewhere skin become thin after use.
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Re: 3 months post lis and fissurectomy

Postby Jsingh » 20 Dec 2013, 14:09

The steroids gave me relief..but I stooped using it because of the same concerns...although the data is limited ...supposedly happens after prolonged use but I did not want to take any chances.. Hope you are feeling better.
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Re: 3 months post lis and fissurectomy

Postby skumar » 27 Dec 2013, 07:16

I was thinking about you today on your progress. How are you feeling? Has your burning eased out little bit?
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Re: 3 months post lis and fissurectomy

Postby Jsingh » 27 Dec 2013, 09:15

Improvement is there but slow..how are u doing..was glad to see you are back to work..
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Re: 3 months post lis and fissurectomy

Postby suzyljank » 27 Dec 2013, 09:46

Hi, try a little unrefined coconut oil on the scar tissue. You can usually find it in the organic section of the grocery store. It's really soothing and it helped me with the burning sensation. Suzy
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Re: 3 months post lis and fissurectomy

Postby Jsingh » 27 Dec 2013, 09:49

Thank you ...will do...
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