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The Best Fissure Treatment in Ghaziabad


A common anorectal disease, anal fissure is affecting 1 in 10 Indians once in their lifetime. Contrary to popular belief, anal fissures are not always treatable with medicine. Despite the fact that acute fissures can often be managed with medication and therapy, chronic fissures almost always require surgery.

We Our hospital is recognized and trusted as one of the most reputable multispecialty hospitals in Ghaziabad for treating anal fissures. As a team of expert and well-rounded fissure specialists, we can diagnose your condition and determine the best strategy for treating your anal fissures. Furthermore, our clinics, hospitals, and other medical facilities are equipped with highly advanced infrastructure to provide anal fissures patients with the best treatment possible. Get in touch with our experienced anorectal doctors today for more information.

Diagnosis of anal fissures

Symptoms of anal fissures can often be confusing and similar to those of piles or hemorrhoids. Some of the best fissure doctor in Ghaziabad and across the country can diagnose a fissure just by looking at the patient. It is, however, necessary to run several tests to diagnose anal fissures in order to rule out any possible complications. The following tests are common diagnostic tests for anal fissures:

The doctor inserts a thin, flexible tube with a tiny camera attached at one end into your anus during a flexible sigmoidoscopy. This test is recommended for people younger than 50 who are free of anorectal problems.

Colonoscopy – In this test, the anorectal doctor inserts a thin, flexible tube inside the rectum to inspect the colon. In addition to colon cancer, chronic diarrhea, and severe abdominal pain caused by anorectal problems, colononoscopy is also recommended for people over 50.

This test involves inserting a tubular device into the anus. The device gives a detailed view of the anus and rectum, enabling the doctor to locate exactly where the difficulty lies.