Changsha Anorectal Hospital Which is better? How to care for anal fissure?

Anal fissure is a relatively common anorectal disease, the incidence rate is second only to hemorrhoids, the clinical symptoms are obvious, and patients can usually detect it in time. For anal fissures, while actively treating them, care must also be taken in daily life, otherwise the fissures will be easily irritated and lead to recurrence of the condition. Today, let’s talk about how to take care of anal fissure?

1. Adjust diet: arrange meals reasonably to ensure smooth stool. Eat more fresh fruits, vegetables and crude fiber foods, eat less or avoid spicy and stimulating foods, and drink more water to ensure the secretion of rich digestive juices in the gastrointestinal tract, which is conducive to gastrointestinal peristalsis and prevents constipation. Regular consumption of crude fiber food can stimulate gastrointestinal peristalsis and facilitate defecation.

2. Regular defecation: patients with anal fissure should develop the habit of getting up and defecating regularly in the morning, because the erect reflex and gastrocolic reflex after waking up in the morning can promote defecation. The nursing of patients with anal fissure is first to keep the stool smooth and soft. The stool should be once every 1-2 days. If it is once every 4-5 days, because the stool stays in the colon and rectum for a long time, the water will be absorbed repeatedly, which will easily lead to dryness and constipation. Several times a day, the pain and damage will be aggravated by defecation stimulation, so defecate once a day, and the stool should not be dry or thin.

3. Cleaning after defecation: keep the anus hygienic, clean the anus in time after defecation, fumigate and wash with warm water after defecation, and keep the anal fissure wound clean. Important measures to prevent anal fissure. Frequent bathing and frequent change of underwear can effectively prevent infection. If the amount of bleeding is large, you should go to the hospital for treatment.

4. Treatment of constipation: The vast majority of anal fissure patients are accompanied by habitual constipation, and constipation should be treated in time. However, you should not take laxatives frequently, as frequent use of laxatives will lead to drug resistance in the intestinal tract, which will make the anal fissures worse and worse.

5. Active exercise: Participate in a variety of physical activities in the morning, such as doing exercises, running, Tai Chi, etc., which can prevent constipation and thus prevent anal fissures.

Reminder: For more information, please follow the hospital’s WeChat official account or official account. If you find relevant symptoms, you should go to a regular professional hospital for treatment in time.