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    I have been diagnosed with a couple of anal fissures and I also have a very large anal skin tag as a result of suffering from these fissures for 17 years. The fissures are bearable as long as I don't strain when I go to the toilet. I have been prescribed a cream called anoheal to try and get rid of the fissures by relaxing the sphincter muscle but the consultant has also booked me in for surgery under general anaesthetic to remove the skin tag. Whilst delighted that I will finally get rid of the tag which is large and has affected my love life and confidence for many years I am scared that the surgery could cause more problems than i already have. I have read that people have suffered incontinence as a result of this and the post op healing is very painful. Has anyone had surgery to have an anal skin tag removed? Is there any other treatments available? Is laser surgery an option and which surgery scalpel or laser would produce the better faster healing?





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    Iv had an anal fissure for over ten years and developed a moderate sized skin tag in the last couple of years. I went in last week to get this removed as it was uncomfortable and affected my confidence. I was in a bit of pain after the surgery but nothing as bad as the fissure pain however this all changed when I had to go to the toilet. Even although I had been taking laxatives and I passed soft stools, the pain was excrutiating to the point I fainted! The same happened the following day and I had to go back to the hospital where I was told I have proctitis as a result of the surgery. So I feel now I shouldn't have bothered getting the tag removed. I have also had mild incontinence but have been told this is temporary but its still very upsetting :(

    When I pass a motion it seems as though my anus protrudes and doesn't retract for a while - sometimes I push it back in. I also seem to have leakage after I have wiped myself and never feel that my anus is clean. I had a really bad cough in March and it felt like my back passage was 'hanging out' after a bad bout of coughing. Advice please. I am a female aged 54 and suffer no stress incontinence from a weak bladder just this anal problem.





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    Since giving birth to my eldest son 6 and half years ago I have have incontinence problems, I've been diagnosed with having a rectoseal with no treat meant afterwards and have frequently been to my GP over my incontinence issues to no avail. I am practically leaking urine all the time and am becoming paranoid about smelling of urine. I am only 27 and I need help please.





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    About a week ago I noticed a lump on my right anal cheek. It started growing bigger and becoming painful. It now has 'opened' and bleeds and has pus coming out of it at times. It does this a few times a day now. Is this due to a anal abscess? I dont know how I could have gotten an anal abscess or this if it is this. Could someone please tell me how I got whatever this is and if I will need surgery or if a GP can do something.





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    After developing an anal abscess with fistulas I have been through the procedure of having a Seton Stitch inserted and gone through the drainage and packing stages.The wound seems to be healing okay and I have been left with just the Seton to manage. However part of this fell off the other night(just a loop shaped piece). Should I be concerned? The Seton has been in for three months, I was checked about one month ago and am due to see the consultant again in another months time. I have been warned that this condition can return and that there is a real possibility of sphincter muscle damage and incontinence!





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    I have 2 anal fissures and have had for a number of years. Sometimes pain and itch are manageable, other times it's as though I have sat on a red hot poker. The doc has prescribed a number of creams including Rectogesic, which causes mammoth headaches on usage. I now have Trimovate and I wanted to know whether this will make the situation worse by thinning the skin? Will it heal the fissures? I really don't want to go down the surgery route as faecal incontinence is far worse, but someone's thoughts would be appreciated. I have also heard that there is now botox treatment rather than surgery - is this true?





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    I have 2 chronic anal fissures and have been prescribed (anoheal) Diltizem hydrochloride which doesn't give me the massive headaches. It seems to make it less painful although diet tends to work the best.. if the stool is soft then it helps. Also, I find that holding the bottom cheeks apart when going to the toilet stops the anus from tearing each time.. a little on the invasive side just to go to the loo, sometimes needs must!

    I've suffered from anal fissures off and on for the past 10 years or so. The last time they gave me recotgesic cream - and I know what you mean about the massive headaches. The cream also didn't work, so after about 3 months of trying the cream I was referred to the specialist. I had surgery in September 2009 where they injected botox into the area to help the muscle relax to allow the fissure to heal. It worked for me and I would definitely recommend the surgery. The botox surgery is quick - day patient case and I was in no pain from the surgery afterwards. And immediately after the surgery I was in no pain from the fissure either. If the botox surgery doesn't work for you, then there are other options that the specialist can discuss with you. But I would recommend trying the botox surgery first.

    I have had one of these on and off for years but in the last year or so it has been pretty much permanent. I went to see a doctor who diagnosed anal fissure and prescribed me lactulose. I tried drinking the stuff (it was a powder you mix with water) but it was so vile, I can drink far more fluids without it. I'm not particularly constipated, and am quite regular. When the doctor examined me apparently my muscle wasn't spasmed or anything, it was relaxed. All the treatment seems to be to soften your stools or to cut your muscle. I'm used to living with this condition (painful as it can be), and don't particularly fancy surgery with the associated risks of incontinence, so my question is, what are the risks if I don't treat this? Thanks.





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    Hope this isn't too late. I had the same problem as you for exactly the same time. Also had piles at the same time. Here is my solution, day one take 2 Dulcoease together and use Scheriproct ointment inside to shrink the piles. Also that day and every day after take 3 Dulcoease a day (separate times), drink 4 cups of water more than normal per day, eat 2 or 3 satsumas a day, have weetabix for breakfast,and drink fruit juice (fresh orange) at least twice a day. Then when passing stool only clean with soft toilet paper and wet toilet paper NOT babywipes. Once the anus is clean and dry apply Savlon. It stopped ripping after 2 days, and I'm about 7days into this and it's working brilliantly. No pain or no bleeding. I will keep this up for a few weeks yet to make sure it has definitely healed.

    Is it possible to be infected with HIV by using anal sex toys that are maybe unclean or used without condoms? What are the chances? or is it purely man to man anal sex?





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    Yes it is possible to pass the HIV virus on using sex toys between partners without cleaning them or using condoms. There are alot of factors so cant really give answer on what are the chances only that there is a risk of passing the virus on. It is not only man to man anal sex. If you are worried please go and get tested

    I had anal sex last night, which is something I occasionally do, however this morning I couldn't make it to the toilet. I'm concerned is anal sex the cause? Is it common or is it likely to be because of something else





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    after having 3 treatments to freeze off my anal wart, it has finally gone! although the area is still a little sore i'd like to know when it will be safe and comfortable for me to have anal sex again? i miss it!





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    I had anal fistula for some years and all the treatments failed so i went for fistulotomy . After surgery i am experiencing faecal and wind incontinence due to some damage to sphincter muscle. Its very embarassing and effecting my quality of life. my doc recommend me to do some pelvic exercise and he said it will get better with time. Its been 6 months now but my incontinence is not improving. Please let me know if someone help me with this .thanks





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    Im 36 years old and 6 months ago i gave birth to my first born daughter it wasn't an easy labour 58 hours in which i ended up having a forceps deliverly but when lil one was pull out the cord snap and the doctor had to get his hand inside me to get the afterbirth out so i was cut and torn badly. I now suffer with anal incontinence and just been told by the hospital i will need a machine like a pacemaker implanted to help my anal muscles work and if that doesn't work the words illeostomy bag was used.im only at the beginning of treatment and i just hope that it is sorted out soon.





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    I am only 21 years old. I have been suffering from incontinence for the past three months. I am feeling shy to talk about this with my parents. Sometime it occurs while bike riding. I don't have any control on this. I think my bladder getting loose day by day. Currently I am using some incontinence products and diapers. But I am looking for some effective treatments.





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    i am off for surgery to have this anal fissure removed and i have read on the internet that the surgery causes incontinence. but my GP has said against this.





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    The colostomy WILL NOT cause the fistula to heal!! In your case, the only alternative is to have the radical surgery and risk incontinence!!! The way you are headed now is in the direction of getting a "complex" fistula, which will create more openings and possibly, branches from the main canal. Colostomy, antibiotics, steroids, plugs, etc., ALL have very poor results: You still end up with a fistula, usually a new on near the old one. If you have the proper surgery you will have a real-world chance 0f 50-50 for incontinence. If that happens you can apply for disability. My preference would be a permanent colostomy and have the anus and rectum removed. Goodbye hemorhoids and risks of anal rectal cancer! A colostomy is NOT a BAD thing. I have had a colostomy for 5 years and its actually quite handy! And no more butt smell!

    I've had an anal fistula for over 30 years now, 2 ops did no good and I was warned that a third could result in incontinence. Pain comes and goes, find that a good fibre diet helps





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    i suffer from anal incontinence after an injury during child birth which was not fixed properly...i have physio on my pelvic floor and i am now starting physio for my anus...i take Imodium and have a special diet but i still have a lot of accidents and constant 'jelly like' leakage! :o i hope the new physio will help, my consultant talked about SNS last time i saw her...not sure if it would work for me as my anal sphincter (internal and external) are very badly damaged as well as having a unusually short anus and a thin internal sphincter LOL not looking great, does anybody know if you can still have SNS if the muscles are very damaged?? :) thanks xx





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    I am 87 year old female who has suffered mild IBS in the past for some years but with otherwise no incontinence problems. I am in very good health for age with only intermittent controlled AF. In your last programme you mentioned an implant that could be inserted to control the pelvic floor/ anal sphincter. Is this something I could consider and does it need a general anaesthetic please?





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    Re: last week's programme on incontinence. Please could you advise where to buy the incontinence devices to help strengthen the pelvic floor muscles. Thanks!





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    yes , i do think it is because you have had a lot of anal ex i used to do anal everytime me and my husband had sex then when i went to the loo for a poo it did have blood in it i went to the doctors asked them they said it was 100% because of the anal sex

    hi Lizzy, I am just out of my 2nd op for an anal fistula. This time a stitch has been put in. I have never had a MRI scan and understand your concern. I was put out and woke up with this stitch and the surgeon told me that incontinence could be a problem in the future> I am 32 years old and this thought is scary to say the least. I think you should stand up for what you want, it is your body after all. Good Luck, I really hope it works out for you because it is quite painful and stops you from living life to the max!!!

    I was so glad the programme tackled incontinence but I was very surprised at the conclusions of the testers. I tried electrostimulation and cones but both were absolutely hopeless. I tried the Pelvic Toner and within a week I felt so much better and within 3 weeks I had no incontinence symptoms at all.





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    Im 27 years old and I have been diagnosed with spinal bifida occulta and I have incontinence and leg weakness and bowel incontinence to I have a fatty lipoma and scoliosis to and I have been told that I could loose the use of my legs in approximately 6 months to a year from now and the doctor won't do anything about it

    From what i have read anal warts they can appear months after getting the virus, anal sex doesnt matter it only takes skin to skin contact to contract the virus. I also found that anal skin tags can look pretty similar to anal warts, so i wouldnt jump to conclusions until u see a doctor, but be aware you could infect other people. Hope i helped a little.

    Hi. Mabye u could try having anal sex with her and see how u borh feel. Some women can still squirt during anal sex but atleast if she does squirt during anal, then u both wont get so slippery. Hope this has helped u guys

    Hi Tiffany, here is some info about urinary incontinence and how to manage it http://pelvichealthphysio.blogspot.ca/2013/08/stress-urinary-incontinence.html

    Hi Michael. I have been having this doubt about anal warts. I had it 2 years ago, and it's been cleared for 6 months after cryotherapy. Throughout the entire two years, I never had any anal sex. Could I trigger a recurrence if I have anal sex now?

    Hi, just had surgery this week for rectocele. Surgeon went in through perineum to avoid faecal incontinence risk via anal route. Method of surgery will depend on exact location of the rectocele and size. Wait list in London can be anything up to a year but i was lucky as a space came up within 6 months. So far even though painful recovery i can already feel a difference....





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    HI Mel. I am having a rectocele operation through the perineum in October. I am worried about the pain. How long did your pain last and what medications were you put on to help it. How are you going now and do you feel like you have had a good recovery. Thanks. Lee-Anne

    Hi LeeAnn, I am now 5 weeks post op and the pain lasted about 10 days before it felt much better. The last couple of weeks the area has just been a little irritated as the stitches heal and it's still sensitive to touch etc. I still have to be careful getting in and out of the car but am able to go about normal activities. I had my last check up today with the consultant and have been told that next week (week 6 post op) I can start exercising again. I do feel like it's been a good recovery and have had great results in resuming normal function x Mel

    Dr Christian My mother suffers with double incontinence she will be 70 next month My mother also has fybromyalgia My mother has spent her life being the best mother and provider Her double incontinence is destroying her life to the point that whenever the grandchildren and great grandchildren come to visit she locks herself in the bedroom I recently watched the video were they put an electrical device into the patients spine that put an electrical current that helped to control the incontinence Could you please send me more information that i could take to the GP and maybe get the help she so desperately needs





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    I have an anal fissure and as you all say it is so painful. The Consultant at the hospital also gave me cream, it helped for a while but one bad bowel movement and it came back. He has put me on the list for a surgical procedure to have this removed but I have read that it can cause incontinence so I am not sure I should go ahead with it but I need relief from the pain. I take Lactulose twice daily at the moment to keep the stools from being hard. I eat a good diet and drink plenty of water so I don't know why I suffer with constipation so badly. Can you advise me accordingly





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