Anal Fissure reoccuringHi Doctor,
I have been taking the Homeopathic treatment for Anal Fissure since last 4 months. I have tried below mediactions.
Nux Vomica 200c
Nitric Acid 200c
Phosphorus 30c and 200c
But after using all the above the anal fissure keeps on reoccurring.
Please advise is there permanent cure for anal fissure in Homeopathy?
How to proceed if the anal fissure is reoccurring when the stool gets little hard sometimes.
Is it like whenever anal fissure reoccurs one has to keep on taking medicine? Give me some name of permanent medication which I have to take when anal fissure reoccurs.
Your reply is highly appreciated.
nityapoojary on 2020-12-11
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