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No pain when poo, knife feeling all day from time to time.

Postby tymbark92 » 07 Oct 2021, 17:56

Hello,

I have an anal fissure. Two proctologists examined me. Clean colonoscopy. I had blood a time or two at the beginning. Nothing hurt. I started using dialtezam and suppositories. After some time I started to sting, sharp pains during the day from time to time. They are not very strong. I wonder if my condition is getting worse or is it normal. I do not, and have never had, pain when visiting the toilet. Does it bode well or should I worry?


My symptoms:
*no pain when defecation
*sharp pain from time to time all day but not very strong
*no bleeding (only once or twice)

Will it be worse?
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Re: No pain when poo, knife feeling all day from time to tim

Postby tymbark92 » 09 Oct 2021, 16:59

Rly no one got answer for me? :(((
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Re: No pain when poo, knife feeling all day from time to tim

Postby patience_and_healing » 09 Oct 2021, 22:34

I think as long as there is sharp pain and spasms it's most likely a fissure. Have the doctors told you when to follow up with them to check that things are healing?
8/16-12/16: Fissure due to antibiotics
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Re: No pain when poo, knife feeling all day from time to tim

Postby tymbark92 » 10 Oct 2021, 06:59

I go regularly. But you think it will became worse?

Should I use pranicura instead of diltiazem?
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Re: No pain when poo, knife feeling all day from time to tim

Postby patience_and_healing » 10 Oct 2021, 11:33

I honestly cannot say if you will heal or not. Just make sure to keep bowel movements softer and regular. As for medication, it's probably better to use the prescription ones, but if pranicura doesn't have anything that will interact with diltiazem then you could alternate them during the day. Just remember not to smear on too much ointment because that may lead to rash from persistent moisture.b
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Re: No pain when poo, knife feeling all day from time to tim

Postby tymbark92 » 10 Oct 2021, 16:12

I use pretty much diltiazem now... is it bad?
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Re: No pain when poo, knife feeling all day from time to tim

Postby patience_and_healing » 12 Oct 2021, 12:40

Not at all. I think it's clinically proven to heal some fissures.
8/16-12/16: Fissure due to antibiotics
5/17: Botox to sphincter, fissure healed
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Re: No pain when poo, knife feeling all day from time to tim

Postby tymbark92 » 15 Oct 2021, 09:03

Statistics says 70% chronic fissures are healed by diltiazem
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