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What are homeopathic remedies for rectal fissures?

• An anal or rectal fissure is a small tear or cut in the skin lining the anus.
• This leads to pain and bleeding.
• This fissure causes extreme pain during defecation.
• It also leads to red blood streaking the stool.

Causes of Rectal/Anal Fissures

• passing large, hard stools
• having diarrhea for a long time
• reduced blood flow to the area in older adults
• too much tension in the sphincter muscles
• in women after childbirth
• in people with Crohn’s disease.
• a crack in the skin
• constipation

Homeopathic Remedies for Anal Fissures

1. Graphites. [Graph]
This remedy is indicated to a person with the following symptoms:
• anus is extremely sore
• the stools are covered with mucus
• with no tenesmus or constriction
• no special irritability of the parts
• fissures are usually caused by large faeces
• the parts are sore and smart.

2. Nitric acid. [Nit-ac]
This remedy is indicated to a person with the following symptoms:
• fissure where there is a sensation as if splinters or sticks were in the anus
• there is much tenesmus and constriction
• a constant oozing of the foetid matter from the parts
• with burning
• rawness
• smarting
• ratanhia has much constriction about the anus
• which aches and burns for hours after stool
• there are cutting and lancinating pains in the rectum
• dryness of the anus with sudden stitches in it
• temper is irritable
• for thread worms
• irritable itching and burning in the rectum.

3. Paeonia [Paeon]
This remedy is indicated to a person with the following symptoms:
• fissures with much oozing
• anus if offensively moist and sore
• smarts all the time
• burning and biting
• lasting several hours after stool
• must walk the floor all night

4. Silicea
This remedy is indicated to a person with the following symptoms:
• irritable sphincter
• slipping back of the partially expelled stool
• great pain
• coming on half an hour after stool and lasting several hours
• with crawling and itching every evening
• severe pain after each stool
• with burning and tenesmus lasting a long time

5. Tuberculinum Koch 1M or 10M, once fortnightly (6 doses in all)
This remedy is indicated to a person with the following symptoms:
• with a sensation of splinters piercing into the anus
• foul smelly discharge

6. Ratanhia 6X or 30, 6 hourly
This remedy is indicated to a person with the following symptoms:
• rectum feels as if full of broken glasses
• burns for hours after passing stools

Diet specification for Rectal/Anal Fissure

• Chocolates
• Mints
• Coffee
• Red Meat
• Alcoholic and Carbonated drinks
• Spicy Rich Food

Homeopathy Dosage Directions

For self treatment or treatment at home:
A lower potency of the following can be used:
• 6X
• 6C
• 12X
• 12C
• 30X
• 30C
• The instructions of usage are usually available on the label of the box that you have brought.
• Do read it properly and effectively use the remedy.

Several homeopathic physicians recommend the usage of the remedies be used as follows:
• Take one dose.
• Wait for a response.
• If improvement is seen, it is best to wait for the remedy to work.
• If improvement lags then another dose can be taken.
• The frequency of dosage differs with the condition.
• It also differs from individual to individual.
• A dose may be needed several times an hour in some cases.
• In other cases, a dose may be needed several times a day.
• In some other cases, one dose per day can be said to be enough.
• If there is no response then after waiting for some time, it is best to switch to another remedy.
• Follow the same as above with the other one.

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