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I've suffered from an anal fissure for about a year now. To start it would be every few months and last a few days then go, then it would happen monthly and at present have had one for three weeks and as you all know the pain, i was practically climbing the walls.
Doctor referred me to a colorectal specialist and I can say I have never met anyone so rude in all my life! I had the examination with a camera and confirmed a fissure but she is not very forthcoming with answers I am unsure of the degree of the fissure as she just stated it was a fissure and my next step is Botox treatment.
So three weeks of agony and then the pain stops a week before my Botox just a tender pain. So when I go in for my treatment I'm faced with do I have the treatment of not as it seems to settle. I decide to not have it and try and get on top of it myself as I am petrified of needles and the consultant will not sedate me to do it. Is this the norm to not have anything when you have it done? please help advise as I know that if I'm honest this fissure will happen again as is always in the same place where I get it x
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