Anal FissuresMy wife aged 31 with no major / critical illness in past has developed anal fissures since 6 months. It is very painful as well as bleeding at times (once in a fortnight) but in a very little amount (as dotting). I've been reading a lot on Ratanhia to be the medicine. Can someone suggest the dosage for the same.
kankxx on 2011-04-07
Rectum.--Aches, as if full of broken glass. Anus aches and burns for hours after stool. Feels constricted. Dry heat at anus, with sudden knife-like stitches. Stools must be forced with great effort; protrusion of hæmorrhoids. Fissures of anus, with great constriction, burning like fire, as do the hæmorrhoids; temporarily relieved by cold water. Fetid, thin diarrha; stools burn; burning pains before and after stools. Oozing at anus. Pin-worms (Sant; Teuc; Spig). Itching of anus.
Abdomen.--Great straining, but little passes, Rectum feels torn. Bowels constipated, with fissures in rectum. Tearing pains during stools. Violent cutting pains after stools, lasting for hours (Ratanh). Hæmorrhages from bowels, profuse, bright. Prolapsus ani. Hæmorrhoids bleed easily. Diarrha, slimy and offensive. After stools, irritable and exhausted. Colic relieved from tightening clothes. Jaundice, aching in liver.
Please read the above remedies and see in which your symptoms stands in totality.
♡ Mahfoozurrehman last decade
1. Dry heat at anus, with sudden knife-like stitches
2. Fissures of anus
3. burning pains before and after stools
4. Tearing pains during stools
5. Violent cutting pains after stools
Please suggest which medicine shall be good to use as well as the dosage for the same
kankxx last decade
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