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Hi. I'm suffering from Anal fissure since a year. Now doctor advice me to try Pruvict 2 tablet at noon. The anal fissure cure permanently. Side effect of pruvict 2 tablet. And the stool starting is very hard and then came smooth why is this? And can I take pruvict 2 at night.

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Avoid to spicy food Homoeopathic medicine (1) Y LAX TAB TDS (2) PILGO TAB TDS.
Use triphala churna and isubgole husk together.
Take Triphala churna 3 gm bd.
Tablet Pruvict is stool softening medicine. It will help in pain resulting from hard stool. But it is not the complete treatment for this problem. For fissure you should take Sitz bath (Hot water tub bath) 2-4 times a day followed by application of Sushruta ointment and Lekhan powder in anal canal. Put 5 ml of Sushruta oil in anal passage in night. For easy evacuation of bowel movement you can take 1 tea spoon of Sushruta Churna with warm water in night. For further support and appointment; you may call reception at Sushruta Ano Rectal Institute.
First of all if you are using commode toilet, then use toilet step stool, commode toilet is unnatural for humans, Western toilet increases constipation. Since Constipation is a bigger factor behind piles & Fissure. If you are feeling itching & burning, this is symptoms of Anal Fissure, sometimes anal fissure not cured by only taking medication, also surgery is not good option, Your anus grip can be loose, You should get Lateral Internal Sphincterotomy, its a small mini painless procedure which is very latest procedure and also Anal Dilatation is must for few days, after that you will never have a Fissure again. You'll be fine in just 10 days.
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