Anal Fissure / ConstipationHi, I got anal fissure after the birth of my son. After I tried many homeopathic remedies (inc Silica, Causticum, Rathania... I might be spelling the names wrong) with no help I have given up and took a drugstore stool softener who did miracles. But whenever I stop taking it I can feel the fissure starting again. I eagerly want to stop taking the drug as I fear it might pass in the breast milk (although doctors said it is safe). The doctor who is a specialist also said that my rectum is tight and that I am prone to getting back the fissure for as long as I breastfeed. What I am after is a remedy that will help me keep my stools VERY soft so that I can go off the medicine and still continue breastfeeding my baby. Do you have any suggestions?
einavy on 2008-12-16
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Dr. Rakesh Km Lko last decade
einavy last decade
What a relief to see that there's someone else out there with my same story! I wanted to know if the treatment recommended has worked--currently I am staying mostly fissure-pain-free by practicing Macrobiotics, but the big bummer (no pun intended) is when I travel or for some other reason can't eat moslty-Macro, and the fissure returns with all it's original pain, which makes me think my diet is only keeping the pain at bay instead of curing the fissure. Any thoughts? I'm super intrested to know if your homeopatic remedy has worked, since I, too, am unwilling at this point to give up breastfeeding.
surfanniesurf last decade
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