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Fissure Treatment in PCMC, Pune


If you're experiencing the pain and discomfort of fissures, think about one of our fissure treatment services at PCMC, Pune. We offer top-quality medical treatment in a relaxed, comfortable atmosphere. The doctor, Dr. Vikram Pawar, has experienced specialists who utilize the most advanced laser treatments to provide the most efficient fissures, fistulas, and piles treatment. The non-surgical approach, coupled with our post-treatment approach, will ensure a quick and painless recovery. Contact us today to get the best care you've ever had at the Vitthal Piles Center.

Fissure Treatment in Pune

It is a condition that affects 70% of cases of anorectal cancer. The cause is that it's a linear occlusion in the canal of the anal. Due to the hard stool and the increased distal diameter of the stool, the lining tears are seen at the anal verge. This is a very painful situation, and the cause of the pain is spasms in the muscles of the sphincter.


An anal fissure, or fissure in Ano, or rectal fissure, is an opening or tear within the lining of the canal. Fissures in the anal canal are often noticed by the presence of bright red anal bleeding on the toilet paper, undergarments, or even within the bathroom. In the event of acute fissures, they may be painful after defecation. However, when they are chronic, the discomfort is typically lower. Fissures in the anal area usually begin at the opening in the anal area and are typically situated posteriorly in the midline, likely due to the generally unsupported and weak perfusion of the wall at this location. The depth of the fissure may be minimal or even down to the muscles that support the sphincter. If not treated, fissures can form a hood-like tag on the skin (sentinel piles) that covers the fissure, causing discomfort and pain.


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  • Painful Defecation
  • Bleeding Per Rectum – Streak On Stool Or Drops
  • Hard Stool
  • Unsatisfactory Motion
  • Mass Around Anus


  • Injection Treatment
  • Anal Dilatation
  • Lateral Sphincterectomy
  • Treatments that are non-surgical are suggested for chronic and acute anal fissures. This includes topical nitroglycerin and calcium channel blocking agents (e.g., Diltiazem) or the injection of botulinum toxin in the sphincter of the anal. Other methods include warm-seat baths as well as topical anesthetics. the use of a high-fiber diet as well as stool softeners.