How I Healed My Fissure: Natural Remedies for Fissures + A Holistic View

A few months ago, I shared how I healed a painful hemorrhoid with two natural remedies and it has quickly become one of my top preforming posts. I was so incredibly happy to finally have relief that worked. I spent hours on Google searching for cures that worked and reading different forums for people’s experiences. Once it healed, I had hoped to never experience a pain like that again.

Unfortunately, two months ago I had a different pain in the butt: a fissure.

Those who have had fissures know what I mean when I say it can seriously ruin the quality of your life. As I was laying on my stomach in agony, I scoured Google again to see if I could find any success stories using natural remedies instead of opting for surgery. And I looked for DAYS.

Quite honestly, they were few and far between. Most of the information I read talked about surgery, and cancer, and having the same fissure for 10 months to over 2 years!

2 years!

There was absolutely NO way I would go on for 2 years being terrified of going poop and being in agony as my children run circles around me. And I was never having surgery, not at the ripe ol’ age of 25 years old.

Of the 523 articles I read over a span of two weeks, I came across two gems: one that said coconut oil helped and the other that talked about an oil called H-fissures which is the same brand of oil I used to heal my hemorrhoid. Since I had such good results with the H-hemmorhoids oil, I decided to two-day ship the fissure oil and get to healing.

Through my healing process, I came to understand fissures very well. Below you’ll find natural remedies for fissures that actually worked (I’m healed!); as well as important information regarding how gut health can affect your ability to heal a fissure plus natural supplements to aid in softer stool.

Warning: This is a LONG post but absolutely worth the read if you’re ready to get to the bottom of your fissure (no pun intended).

What is a Fissure and Why Does it Hurt? Plus How to Get Immediate Relief

If you’re not familiar with what a fissure is, it is literally a small tear in the soft tissue wall of the anus. During a bowel movement you may feel a sharp sting and when you wipe there will be blood on the toilet paper and on your stool; followed by severe throbbing pain. SEVERE. Next, you’ll feel like an invisible person is lighting an ever-lasting match under your ass and they never go away. Combine those two things and you’ve got yourself one of the worst pains ever.

The throbbing (or spasming) basically means that there is not enough blood flow to the fissure. One way to promote blood flow is to IMMEDIATELY hop into a really hot bath and sit in there until the water turns cool. If you can manage to get the bath running before you actually go to the bathroom, do it. That way there is no lag time. I add about 1 cup of epsom salt to the bath, along with 1 tablespoon high quality virgin coconut oil.

When my fissure was in the worst phase, a hot bath with epsom salt and coconut oil really, really helped. It didn’t take away ALL the pain, but it did provide relief. Also, while I was in the bath I took more coconut oil and rubbed it in the area.

Natural Remedies for Fissures: Ingredients + Steps

Here is what I used to heal my fissure and the steps I took to do so.

  1. When I feel a bowel movement coming on, I pull out my Squatty Potty, and cover my finger with coconut oil. Then I apply the coconut oil to my anus and insert it gently to moisten the canal.
  2. When your bowel is starting, remember to RELAX. I know how hard it can be to relax when you’re anticipating the feeling of jagged glass coming out of your butt, however it’s super important. Tensing up puts a lot of pressure on your body and can make the pain worse.
  3. Sometimes in between bowels, I’ll stand up so I’m not putting extra pressure on the area. Typically I’ve done this when the fissure is really, really bad.
  4. Once I’m done, I gently dab with a moist wipe until the area is completely clean. Proper hygiene is really important because you don’t want that area to get an infection. Once it’s clean, I gently dab it with a dry piece of toilet paper. Since bacteria grows in moist environments, I made sure the area was completely dry before continuing to the last step.
  5. At this point, I wash and dry my hands thoroughly. The last thing I do is put two drops of H-fissures on my finger and apply it around my anus and inside.

Note: When I was still experiencing extreme pain from spasms, I sat in a tub with hot water (as hot as I could handle, up to 3 times a day), 1 cup epsom salt, and 1 TBL coconut oil until the water turned cool. Once I got out of the tub, then I dried the area and applied H-fissures.

Ultimately Fissures Need Soft Stool to Heal: Gut Health and Natural Supplements

Fissures don’t just happen randomly. Usually they are a result of being constipated, straining too much, passing a hard stool, or all three.

The problem that I personally had was the poop was not soft enough. If you take a look at this Bristol stool chart, you’ll see that the ideal poop is somewhere within the 3-4 range. I was having more of the 2 range in the very beginning of my bowel which caused the tear to open each time.

So, I began my mission of figuring out how to achieve the perfect poop.

Gut Health and Inflammation

Fissures can also happen as a result of gut inflammation, not enough good bacteria in the gut/colon, and/or food sensitivities. For me personally, I think it was a combination of all three.

My daughter was born in November of 2015. From the time she was born to the end of the year, I was on antibiotics twice; once for mastitis and the other for strep. We need good bacteria (probiotics) and food for the bacteria (prebiotics) to have a healthy digestion system, which ultimately leads to optimal bowels. Since antibiotics do a really good job of wiping out the beneficial flora in your digestion system, I had some healing to do in that area.

Luckily, around that time I also discovered I couldn’t consume dairy anymore because it was causing my newborn really painful gas pains. A food sensitivity can cause irritation in the gut and bowels and I suspect this is what may have contributed to the emergence of the fissure in the first place.

About three weeks after I cut dairy out completely (around the time they say a food is 100% out of your system), I started to see positive results with my bowel movements.

Important note: I also made sure to eat only whole food ingredients so it was easy for my gut to digest through this healing process.

Natural Supplements to Help With Softer Stool

Aside from my regimented bathroom routine, eliminating my food sensitivities, and drinking enough liquids, I also took supplements each day to aid in softer stools.

In the morning, I take a high quality probiotic and make my coffee alternative that is loaded with healthy fats and Vital Proteins collagen peptides. The unique amino acid glycine found in Vital Protein’s collagen peptides stimulates stomach acid production, which improves digestion. I also try and get more gelatin in my diet — either from Vital Protein’s grass-fed gelatin or bone broth — as gelatin is incredibly healing to the gut.

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At night I take 1/2 Tbl magnesium powder. This typically helps keep my stools soft. However when I was really in the need for softer stools, I took an another probiotic as well as a high-quality non-GMO vitamin C powder (about 1 tsp) in addition to the magnesium.

Note: If you’re just starting out on adding magnesium powder to your diet, you’ll want to start at a smaller dosage and work your way up; too much can cause diarrhea. Since diarrhea can irritate your bowels, it can cause a hemorrhoid or fissure flare up. Vitamin C can also liquify your stools so it’s important to start at a lower dosage and work your way up.

Psyllium Husk… Friend or Foe?

Conventional wisdom says to eat more fiber and drink more water, which I tried because I was desperate. I even bought Metamucil psyllium husk capsules to see if that would help. I think I had one or two days where I thought my stool was getting softer but then it plateaued and I was right back in the same position I was before: frustrated and in pain.

While psyllium husk may be helpful to some people, it’s important to determine your gut’s health before continuing on psyllium husk. Personally, it was only until after I stopped taking the psyllium husk (and continuing with everything I mentioned above) that my stool got softer.

Healing Through Natural Remedies Takes Time

Just like most natural healing journeys, it takes time and persistence to start seeing a difference. The H-Fissures oil is not an overnight miracle cure. The natural supplements were not an overnight miracle cure.  It was a slow, drawn out process. It took about 2-3 days before I started to feel a change. It began with the pain reducing but still bleeding. The next phase was hardly any pain and bleeding followed by no pain but bleeding; until finally there was no pain or bleeding.

In combination with the application of H-fissures oil, hot epsom salt baths, and natural supplements like Vital Proteins collage peptides, magnesium powder, vitamin C powder, and plenty of liquids, I have officially cured my fissure.

It has been four weeks since I’ve had any bleeding and six weeks since I’ve had any pain. I continued using the H-fissures for about two weeks after I felt completely healed up and continue to include collagen peptides every day in my coffee alternative.

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Aside from being a wannabe backyard homesteader who wrangles chickens and free-range kids, Loriel is the owner/creator of the professional natural lifestyle blog Naturally Loriel, owner of the organic spice blend business Naturally Free, and freelance professional food photographer.


'How I Healed My Fissure: Natural Remedies for Fissures + A Holistic View' has 53 comments

  1. February 26, 2016 @ 8:46 pm Naturally Loriel / How I Cured a Painful Hemorrhoid With 2 Natural Remedies - Naturally Loriel

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    • May 20, 2016 @ 1:19 pm Livia

      In pregnancy u can use the h formula ?

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    • October 23, 2017 @ 4:22 pm yazzy

      hi loriel, your a woman i can see and as woman i can say i did try the salt water and coconut oil remedy, but i started to get itchy thrush on my other lady part when i sat in the bath a few times. how did you sit in the bath loriel? i really dont want any itchiness on .y other lady part again. please reply soon.

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    • October 27, 2018 @ 2:50 pm Sherry

      Thank you for sharing. You are a sweet soul.

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    • November 18, 2018 @ 3:10 pm MARYANN

      Loriel did you have a large fissure, that’s what I have been suffering for 3 weeks. Seen 2 c olorectual surgeons, now on my second type of ointment. I’m beside myself I don’t know what else to do.

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  2. February 28, 2016 @ 8:30 am Anna@GreenTalk

    I wonder if oat straw sitz baths would have helped?

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    • March 2, 2016 @ 1:07 pm Loriel

      I’m not sure. That would be a good one to try out.

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      • August 25, 2019 @ 4:08 pm Cat

        Loriel,

        An old post, but I just came across this. I solved my fissure using Sea Buckthorn suppositories ordered from Amazon. Lots of good research on it’s benefits for vaginal and rectal healing. It only took about a week after suffering off and on for a few years.

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  3. February 28, 2016 @ 9:04 pm Mary

    Thanks for sharing! I’m glad to know there are natural remedies. I had major bowel issues in my 20’s and had pretty major colon surgery at age 26 🙁 I have also dealt with fissures. Not fun at all. I used a special ointment from my colon surgeon to help heal it. In the end the biggest help was very soft stools and keeping fiber to a bear minimum.

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    • March 2, 2016 @ 1:07 pm Loriel

      Once I removed the extra fiber I was taking, I was amazed at how soft my stool became. It’s crazy that taking extra fiber is what is considered the “general” recommendation, especially when some people do best without it.

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      • December 25, 2016 @ 3:13 pm Priya

        How do you find out the right amount of fiber needed by your Body

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      • January 24, 2017 @ 9:01 pm Nancy Saleh.

        Hi Lorie. So would you please share what kind of a diet you were on? Like what foods considered high fiber are best to avoid andvwhats best to eat?
        Thanks.

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    • August 18, 2018 @ 1:58 pm dave

      Which ointment did your doctor give you and what did u take to soften stools

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      • August 18, 2018 @ 4:55 pm Mary Voogt

        It was called Diltiazem (not sure on spelling).

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    • November 18, 2018 @ 3:16 pm MARYANN

      Mary,

      May I ask what type of cream. I’m using a compounded ointment, just started this Thursday, today’s Sunday. But I’m experiencing really bad spasms and the pain is unbearable. Saw 2 colorectal surgeons, its been 3 weeks suffering.

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  4. March 1, 2016 @ 9:35 pm Zoe

    Hi, Loreil. I love this posting. I am needing to heal a fissure myself. I also wanted to check on the Vital Protein coupon. I get the error message that it’s invalid. Thanks!

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    • March 2, 2016 @ 1:06 pm Loriel

      Hi Zoe. I spoke with a representative from Vital Proteins and this is what they said back to me:

      To resolve, shoppers should clear their cookies or try a different browser. If they are unsure how to clear such, and a different browser is not an option, they can always proceed with an order by phone, or simply proceed online and then email us at info@vitalproteins.com with their Name & Order Number, along with the correlating Coupon Code (NATURALLYLORIEL20), and we will then gladly apply the relative 20% credit.

      Let me know if you need any further help! Good luck on healing your fissure. It IS possible. 🙂

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  5. April 17, 2016 @ 4:39 pm Jason

    Glycerol Tri-Nitrate (Nitro-Glycerine) ointment. Works like a charm but does give a pressure headache about 5 minutes after application.

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  6. January 4, 2017 @ 10:10 am Kristen

    Thanks so much for sharing your story and the remedies that helped you! I suspect I’m suffering with a fissure, given the terrible pain I’m in. I think some chronic digestive problems in my past helped set the stage. I’ve been using coconut oil, baby wipes and warm baths, but it’s been rough. I’m going to try the H-fissures oil and hope for the best! Thanks again — it’s encouraging to know I’m not the only one who’s gone through this! 🙂

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    • July 27, 2017 @ 3:21 am sammy

      Hi kristen, yes so true. Im suffering from severe anal fissure pain. It hurts like a bastard. Ive never experienced such pain in all my life. It is so good to know Im not the only one in such pain. Its terrible. The pain is so intense

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    • October 8, 2017 @ 10:43 pm Mary

      I’m also suffering with a fissure, and a hemorrhoid at the same time as a result of chronic diarrhea. I’m not alone it seems. It’s a terrible pain and I worry it won’t go away, but I know it will if I take care and am patient. But hurts so much!

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      • October 27, 2018 @ 2:53 pm Sherry

        Mary, did you find out what is causing your chronic diarrhea? I’m going through a work up for mine which has resulted in recurring fissures. I’m wishing you and everyone here the best and that they are cured!

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    • November 6, 2017 @ 1:35 am Goldielynn

      Did it help you??

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      • November 6, 2017 @ 7:55 am Kristen

        For me, it’s hard to say whether it did or not. I just kept doing everything I could think of, and it did eventually get better, but it took a while. Now I’m still taking magnesium supplements to try to prevent it from happening again. It seems like each time I’ve dealt with it (about three times total), it’s taken longer to heal.

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    • October 23, 2018 @ 9:43 pm Jay

      What is H oil?

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  7. February 12, 2017 @ 6:15 am sakshi

    Hello Lorie,
    I am a teenage girl in my late 17s and i don’t have any idea that what have caused me the anal fissure problem. Previously it happened that i use to feel sharp cutting pain in my anus while bowl movements i ignored thinking that it can be just because of the hard stools that i am passing but later on when it continued for 3 days i realised it can be piles so i did a bit research on the net i was sure that it is piles but later when i did more research i came to know that it is not piles but anal fissure.. i am very shy and don’t have the gut to share it with my parents, i feel shameful that i am suffering from this problem at this age… i am having my final term exams of 12th grade after which i will be passing to get admission in the college i am very disturbed and feel like nothing i can do i have started eating fibre and avoiding fatty, spicy, dairy food also i poop once a day, i don’t have any idea why is this happening, my stool is like i feel it hard in the starting but then it is soft and easy to pass…. i have thought to cure at home by my self what i am doing is that i am taking fibre, like having a glass of orange juice in morning which i make by my self than i eat oats and keep my self hydrated with drinking at least 8 glass water daily also i take sitz bath after every bowl movement but i don’t have the salt about which you have wrote in your article can it be replaced with normal cooking purpose salt, i have normal coconut oil at home which i did apply but out side of my anus i did not know that it have to applied inside, now i will also i am not doing much activities…

    i wonder if i will get this anal fissure medicine here, cause i don’t in any of p the Western Countries like UK or USA..

    please tell me where am i wrong, or what else can i do to heal it it’s been 4 days since this problem has developed also i am very disturbed as i am not able to ear what i want and most importantly i am unable to study..

    please reply asap,

    sakshi

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    • October 15, 2017 @ 7:11 am Ronit

      Sakshi you should apply normal mustard oil back there.. in india we have isabgol husk consume it daily in night with milk before bed it will make your stool soft and if you can than apply aloe vera gel there would be better if you get raw out of a aloevera leaf….. Thats all you need to do.

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    • August 2, 2018 @ 12:50 pm Kimi

      You do need some fat in your diet, healthy fats are preferable but none adds to dryness and woody stool. Fat aids with the slide, aka peristalsis. The fiber is for bulk and serves as a colon shampoo, and sweeps you out. Reduce carbs and processed grains as they will add to your burn. Remember to drink lots of water, and look into supplementing electrolytes (spill a packet into your water glass). You pharmacist will advise further on that. I find drinking hot water first thing in morning, or 10 mins after a meal is a great habit to help things running smoothly.

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      • September 20, 2018 @ 4:31 am sakshi

        Hey thanks for you kind suggestion, I really appreciate it. It’s been 2 years since that time and I feel really happy to say that my fissure got cured within 2 months. I was so glad. Though it came back twice but now it is been more than two years and I overcame it. Now I have no problem and I m perfectly fine.

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        • September 20, 2018 @ 10:04 am KayW

          :))) I’m SO glad to hear that it was helpful! And especially glad that things turned out okay ‘in the end’. Live well and be happy :)))

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          • September 20, 2018 @ 10:05 am Kimi

            oops, I should have stuck with my original handle Kimi….sorry for the confusion.

  8. February 12, 2017 @ 6:28 am sakshi

    sorry for typing the name of your spelling wrong, i am extremely sorry.. avoid if any kind of poor mistakes are there in my comment..

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  9. April 13, 2017 @ 5:40 am Sara Khan

    Please suggest me best diet plan for anal papillae

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  10. May 17, 2017 @ 7:41 am Yaz

    Hi Loriel, Ihope this website is still being answered to. Ive had an ongoing anal fissure for 5 years now, since when I had my son through emeregncy c section. I stressed so much due to the pain which in turn gave me ibs and my mother telling me have less water as it heals the c section faster. Long stopry short, ive ttried the coconut oil in the bath but just sitting there doesnt help the cocnut oil get in your but to the anal fissure, you got to get your knees up to your chest. But then I noticed I was getting bad itchiness in hte other area, the v area, got soooo itchy in that area. It was really bad, how are you meant to take a coconut oil bath without it affecting the other area. Please help loriel. Also I have been using h-fissures oil and it is really good, but I think I need to use it longer to heal completely, Also what other foods are there best to eat and which to avoid to help my stool to be completely soft. Please and thank you.

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  11. May 17, 2017 @ 7:44 am Yaz

    Hi Loriel, I hope this website is still being answered to. Ive had an ongoing anal fissure for 5 years now, since when I had my son through emergency c section. I stressed so much due to the pain which in turn gave me ibs and my mother telling me have less water as it heals the c section faster. Long story short, ive tried the coconut oil in the bath but just sitting there doesn’t help the coconut oil get in your but to the anal fissure, you got to get your knees up to your chest. But then I noticed I was getting bad itchiness in the other area, the v area, got soooo itchy in that area. It was really bad, how are you meant to take a coconut oil bath without it affecting the other area. Please help loriel. Also I have been using h-fissures oil and it is really good, but I think I need to use it longer to heal completely, Also what other foods are there best to eat and which to avoid to help my stool to be completely soft. Please and thank you.

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  12. May 27, 2017 @ 11:57 am Melly

    Hey Loriel!
    I’m really thankful for your (now quiet old, I know) post and I will be trying out your suggestions!
    One question I have is, if you had an anal tag related to one of mentioned diseases, did it go away aswell this way?
    Thanks again 🙂
    Melly

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    • May 27, 2017 @ 5:15 pm Loriel

      It didn’t go away completely but it is not as bad as it used to be when I was having flare ups.

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  13. June 15, 2017 @ 1:03 pm Tash

    Hi, your post is wonderful and gives me some relief that there might be some remedies out there for me. When I was 26 I got a really bad anal fissure. I’ve been struggling with it for 5 years now as I’m 31 soon. I’m going to try the h hemorrhoid cream also the coconut oil. I honestly thought I was the only young woman going through this. I recently got married and my husband has seen a difference in my mood. I really try to not let it ruin my life so I always try to think positive. I’m also pregnant now and it a little nervous but positivity is so important. It’s hard being a young woman and living with this terrible pain. But ladies stay strong we can get through this! Loriel you are amazing and thank you SO MUCH for sharing this post.

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  14. June 27, 2017 @ 2:03 am Sonal

    I really appreciate your story, because people use to write a imagined one, it is quite impressive. An original story affect a lot because it is directly connected with the person have suffered from. And give hope to get cured using the right home remedies.
    Great and appreciated.

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    • July 27, 2017 @ 3:29 am sammy

      it is so good to know how others are in the same position, as we are.

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  15. July 27, 2017 @ 1:48 am Naz

    Thank you so much for this post. I suffered from multiple fissures 11 years ago after a bacterial infection that caused severe diarrhea, and had to take multiple antibiotics. It took about a year for me to completely heal them… I did everything from complete changing my diet (which led to a lot of weight loss), sitz baths, homeopathic medicines, naturopathic medicines, nitro ointment.. I prayed I’d never have to go through the agony again… I was pretty depressed and miserable that year. Alas, another fissure has popped up a few weeks ago, which I suspect might have had something to do with antiobiotics I had to take. So here I am re-researching how to heal and hoping it doesn’t become chronic. Your post gives me the hope I need right now and I will definitely be trying some of your tips! 🙂

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  16. September 29, 2017 @ 3:53 pm Ana

    I had an anal fissure last year of summer. I went to see a GI specialist and I was diagnosed with an anal fissure. He prescribed me with nitroglycerin ointment and suggested to add Konsyl fiber to my diet. I did a few routines you’ve done. Here’s what I did for the healing process of my anal fissure. First I changed my diet. (I’m not a healthy eater) I ate a lot of fruits and vegetables. I started eating oatmeal for breakfast with fresh blueberries. I spent a lot of time researching on the internet which food in general can make the stool hard. I used petroleum jelly and rub it around my anus right before I feel the need of going to bowel. I don’t sit down on the toilet bowl when taking bowel movement instead I do the squat position. Then jumped in the shower to clean up use the shower head aiming my anus and use warm water to soothe the pain and rub a coconut oil generously on my anus. After that I apply the nitroglycerin. That was my routine for a week and I was free of pain and having the anal fissure.

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    • October 8, 2017 @ 10:53 pm Mary

      Thank you for writing your experience, Ana. I’m going through this right now and it’s been worrying me. I also use Konsyl (I’ve just started) and also just started having oatmeal. It’s good to know it’s working for you. I was at the point where I didn’t know what to eat, and I was afraid to eat. I’ve lost over 30 pounds going through this, I can’t afford to lose anymore. The doctor gave me nifedipine, which I’m sure must be the nitroglycerine cream I’ve read about. I’m going to try using the coconut oil as you have done. All the best to you!

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      • March 21, 2018 @ 7:07 pm Theresa

        Mary,

        I’m also trying to heal a fissure and have breast cancer. My oncologist prescribed nifedipine, which is different from the ointment with nitro glycerine. I have found the nitro cream more effective than the nifedipine, although it drops my blood pressure which causes its own set of problems. Have you healed your fissure?

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  17. October 1, 2017 @ 5:02 am Sana

    Hi

    Thanks for this post. I have an anal fissure for a week now and an anal spasm that is causing a lot of pain. Do you recommend anything for the spasm?

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  18. January 2, 2018 @ 12:06 am Christine

    Thank you for sharing this. I have been dealing with this for almost three months and it really bad after two consecutive episodes of constipation. Now i believe to have a skin fG and the fissure seems to be on my hemmoraging. I am going to work on the salt baths and coconut oil but also most importanlty work on keeping those stools soft. It is really hard to try not to stress when you are having anxiett about eating and going bathroom. I know it will only make it worse, feel comforting to know im not alone and i feel it has really dictated my life.

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  19. February 11, 2018 @ 11:06 pm Z

    Hi Loriel
    You mentioned taking a high quality probiotic; can you share your recommendations?

    Thank you!

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  20. July 3, 2018 @ 1:22 am Lala

    VSL #3 is a great probiotic. Ask the pharmacist for it. It is not a prescription but is keep behind the counter in the pharmacist’s refrigerator. I’ve gotten it at Costco, CVS and Walmart.

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  21. August 15, 2018 @ 3:56 pm Roxanne

    Hi there, thank you for your post as it’s opened my eyes to a few more things I can do to help myself. I’ve been suffering from a very painful fissure for about 4 years now and despite being to see a doctor apart from prescribing a stool and drinking plenty of fluids that’s all the advice I was given. I am going to try the coconut oil and will be more determined to change my diet, I can’t say I eat lots of rubbish in fact fat from but do have a lot of dairy… so this you would recommend to cut out? Many thanks Roxanne

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    • March 22, 2019 @ 6:07 am Sanju

      Hey any relief for you?

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  22. March 22, 2019 @ 4:05 am Sanju

    Hi,
    I have history of 5 years fissure,saw 2 time opened with blood.Currently again in same issue due to use of some antibiotics but only thing is no blood and pain while passing Poo.But after 1 hours moderate pain starts and remains for hours,also surrounding area anus is irritated and itch.Is this same fissure? or any other problem

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  23. October 20, 2019 @ 10:32 am Erika

    Hi, It’s sad to say but I am relieved that I am not the only one, I have been dealing with this for a few months now feeling both ashamed and embarrassed for something I couldn’t control. I will be trying the Saw Buckthorn suppositories I will report back with the results. Thank you

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