What is anal fissure? Anal fissure is the most common cause of painful defecation (opening bowels). Most times, it is also associated with bleeding. It is a small cut in the anal canal up to the skin. Pain while passing motion that lasts up to few hours afterwards is the most common complaint. This is […]read more
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