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An easy-to-understand overview of the symptoms, treatments, and medical options for a tear in the anal canal. An anal fissure is a tear in the anal canal. The tear in the anal canal usually occurs when a child is constipated and forces a large, hard stool bowel movement. The tear makes passing stool defecating very painful. Because of the pain, your child may not go to the bathroom when needed.
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Great Neck, N. Pediatric proctologic problems occur with sufficient frequency in medical practice to demand special consideration. Schapiro 1 reported pediatric proctologic disorders at a general hospital, representing 2. Although the literature is replete with material concerning the management of anal fissure, we were prompted to report our series because of the inadequate, though vigorous, therapy that is frequently rendered the pediatric patient. We hope that, by our presenting all facets of the problem, a greater understanding will be achieved and treatment will improve.
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An anal fissure is a shallow tear or crack in the skin at the opening of the anus. The main symptoms are as follows:. Warm Saline Baths. Give your child warm baths for 20 minutes, 3 times each day.
An anal fissure can occur when someone passes a large or hard stool poop , which stretches the lining of the anus until it tears. It also can happen when frequent diarrhea irritates the lining. You may also see blood on the stool, baby wipes, or toilet tissue. In infants, anal fissures are very common and tend to heal completely with basic care, including soaks and ointment. In older kids and teens, the cuts can take several weeks or longer to heal and sometimes tear open again.