Anal Fissure

An anal fissure is a tear in the lining of the anal canal. It commonly causes some bright red bleeding and pain on opening the bowels. In most circumstances an anal fissure can be managed without surgery using a combination of ointments and medications to soften the stools. However, some fissures will not respond to this therapy and will require further treatment.

Mr Eugene Ong can discuss with you the most effective way to heal your fissure whilst minimising the risk to your continence. Click the button below to find out more about Botox injection.

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For an information sheet about anal fissure produced by the CSSANZ please click the button below.

Information Sheet

For more information on Anal Fissure, please click on the button below to be taken to the ASCRS website.

ASCRS
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