A small tear in the lining of the anus that may cause pain and bleeding with bowel movements. Usually causes because of constipation or passing large and hard stools.
Symptoms include severe pain during bowel movement, and itching and irritation around the anus.
Caused during the passing of large or hard stools, constipation and straining during bowel movements.
Diagnosis is based on the physical examination.
→ Common treatment options
→ How is this diagnosed?
- Treatable by a medical professional
- Diagnosed by medical professional
- Rarely requires lab test or imaging
- Can last several days or weeks
- Common for ages 18-35
Anesthetic: Helps to reduce pain.
Steroids: It helps in reducing inflammation.
Laxatives: It helps to loosen the stool and relieves constipation.
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