Anal fissure post Botox 7 weeks

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So I had my post op visit today tomorrow marks exactly 7 weeks since the Botox

I've had a roller coaster of a ride but the Botox had alllowed my fissure to start healing

Today I revived Goodish news - the fissure is healing and only a smart part of it is still raw he said I'm about 95% healed - as it is not 100% is the reason I have occasional blood and stinging sensation

I have a bit of very tender skin around the outside of my fissure which apparently is fluid which can get trapped while healing and apparently if it doesn't soften he can just poke it in office

HOW EVER

If the fissure hasn't completely healed by another 8 weeks which is mt next appointment and when the Botox is expected to be worn off - I wil need to get more Botox as another day surgery -.- f m l right

So I hope it really heals by then but so far Botox works and it's a long process but it works so please

Consider it as a method xx

Also anyone else with Botox stories hve you all recovered 100%? Meaning no more pain and discomfort? Please share

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    I'm in a similar situation. Did you get the second round of Botox?

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      I have my appointment tomorrow with mt surgeon !

      My fissure still burns when I go , sometimes still bleeds , and has very annoying sensations through out the day like a scratchy itchy feeling !!!! How is yours ? Mine looks healed externally but obviously internally something's ups

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