How To Cure A Fissure Permanently
- A Beginner's Guide -
* Disclaimer: Before you dive into the content, you should know that if your fissure is chronic, you'll probably need advanced strategies to heal your fissure. I cover these in the free masterclass training. You can watch it here *
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If you’ve been to see your Physician about your fissure, it’s likely that you've been prescribed a nitroglycerin based ointment called Rectiv. Rectiv works by increasing blood flow to the fissure.
But it comes with terrible side effects and the main one is severe headache for over 90% of users.
You’re meant to apply Rectiv twice a day. But if you’re getting terrible headaches with it (like most users), how are you supposed to lead your life?
How are you supposed to go to work, look after your kids and be there for your spouse?
Traditional medical treatments for healing an anal fissure can be very frustrating.
Fortunately, there's 6 easy steps that will put you on the path to recovery:
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Dehydration leads to constipation, which is the number one cause of anal fissures. Drink 3 quarts (liters) of water a day.
Use soft toilet paper to gently wipe. Left over bacteria causes irritation so be thorough.
The Standard American Diet (SAD) leads to constipation. You must adopt a healthier diet if you want to recover.
5-10 minutes of cardio every day will increase blood flow all over the body and boost your recovery faster. Consistency is key.
Unless your Physician says different, use:
1. Tylenol (acetaminophen)
2. Advil (ibuprofen)
Step 1. Use H-Fissures Formula
This oil is what you’ll need to get your fissure healing.
H-Fissures Formula contains natural ingredients like Calendula and Chamomilla.
But here’s the important part: you must apply it directly to the fissure.
That can be a challenge, so here’s what I recommend.
Take a mirror and then crouch down in a space that has good lighting:
This could be your bedroom or bathroom perhaps.
Use the mirror to identify where the fissure is. If it’s higher up than you can comfortably reach using your fingers, try using a fresh cotton swab.
Apply 2-3 drops of the oil onto the swab and then
reach up with the swab and apply the oil directly onto the fissure. The
first time you try this, it may feel uncomfortable and you may miss the
If you’re worried about wasting the oil, experiment with an alternative like extra virgin coconut oil.
I recommend this brand: Vita Coco Organic Virgin Coconut Oil
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Dab the cotton swab in the coconut oil and try to coat the fissure with it. Whatever happens, don’t give up!
Practice makes perfect so persist. If you physically can’t reach the fissure on your own, ask for help from a spouse or partner.
Step 2. Drink More Water
You should be aiming for at least 3 quarts (3 liters) of water a day.
If you’re in a hot climate, up that amount even further.
The body needs water to flush out toxins.
If you’re dehydrated, you’re
putting yourself at risk of constipation.
And you definitely want to avoid being constipated when you’re trying to recover from a fissure.
Step 3. Clean Thoroughly After A Bowel Movement
The best thing you can do is jump in the bath or shower immediately after going to the toilet.
But if you’re not at home or it’s not practical:
i) Use moistened wipes
These ones have lidocaine (for pain relief) and glycerin (to soothe):
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Recticare Wipes - Cleaning
Disposable Diaper Bags
ii) Dispose of them in the bin using a baby diaper sack
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- Avoid using harsh toilet paper as it can make the injury worse and your pain levels will go through the roof.
Step 4. Keep Your Stools Soft
You can achieve this through your diet by eating soft foods like rice and oatmeal and drinking enough water.
If you’re still struggling with bulky stools then try some Docusate Sodium capsules. I recommend these ones:
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Dulcolax Stool Softener
Step 5. Exercise
Yes it may sound crazy, especially when you’re in pain but exercise (cardio, not weights) is actually the best thing you can do to encourage blood flow all around the body.
You don’t need to go crazy with exercise, just be consistent. A simple 5-10 minute run every day is enough to get your heart pumping your blood all over.
The more blood you get to your fissure, the quicker you’re going to heal.
Exercising also releases endorphins which are natural pain killers. So you’ll benefit from pain relief and the feel good factor.
If you’re struggling to run because of injury problems then go for a swim. Swimming is easier on the joints and will produce similar results. But you gotta be consistent to reap the benefits.
Step 6. Pain Relief
Tylenol - Pain Relief
Advil - Pain Relief
Unless your Physician tells you otherwise, use only:
i) Tylenolol (acetaminophen)
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ii) Advil (ibuprofen)
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If you find that traditional medicine isn't helping you to heal as fast as you'd like, help is available.
We have an advanced training for people like you that are in pain from their chronic fissure.
Click here to watch for the tutorial video training.
Here's The Truth:
If you want to recover fast from your fissure then you need to take responsibility for your health.
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