Fissure Control is a breakthrough topical haemorrhoid remedy, designed to rapidly relieve acute rectal pain and heal damaged rectal tissue.
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An anal fissure is a cut or tear in the anus, extending upwards into the anal canal, and usually cause severe pain during bowel movements. Fissures affect men and women equally and occur at any age. In infancy, anal fissure is the most common cause of rectal bleeding.
Anal fissures occur in the anoderm, a specialised tissue lining the anus and anal canal. Unlike skin, anoderm has no hairs, sweat glands, or sebaceous (oil) glands and contains a larger number of somatic nerves similar to nerves on the skin. These nerves sense light touch and pain, which explains why anal fissures are so painful.
Those with anal fissures typically experience anal pain that worsens with bowel movements. The rectal pain following a bowel movement may be brief or long lasting and subsides between bowel movements. Bleeding in small amounts, itching and a foul-smelling discharge may also occur due to the discharge of pus from the fissure.
Anal fissures are caused by trauma to the anus and anal canal. Usually, a bowel movement causes the trauma, as a fissure can be caused by a hard stool or repeated episodes of diarrhoea. Occasionally, the insertion of a rectal thermometer, enema tip, endoscope, or ultrasound probe may cause a fissure. During childbirth, trauma to the perineum (the skin between the posterior vagina and the anus) may cause a tear that extends into the anoderm.
Studies show those with anal fissures all have muscles surrounding the anal canal that contract too strongly when they are in spasm. After a bowel movement, the internal anal sphincter does not relax as normal. Instead, it contracts even more for a few seconds before it goes back to its elevated resting level of contraction. It is believed that this high resting pressure and the "overshoot" contraction of the internal anal sphincter following a bowel movement, pulls the edges of the fissure apart and prevents the fissure from healing.
Fissure Control has been developed for the relief of skin inflammation, rectal pain, itching and redness associated with haemorrhoids, and the treatment of anal fissures. It is the only certified organic medicine on the market to treat these symptoms. If needed, it can be used in tandem with Hemorrhoid Control when treating hemorrhoids.
Directions for use
Dab 2-3 drops of Fissure Control oil to the affected area 2-4 times a day, and apply daily until problem is gone.
The success of Fissure Control stems from merging homeopathic medicine with soothing botanicals, as these therapeutic agents ease burning rectal pain. Fissure Control contains homeopathic Hamamelis Virginiana, a remedy for sore, raw and pulsating wounds in the rectum. It also contains homeopathic Calendula Officinalis, a remarkable medicinal agent that promotes rapid healing of wounds.
The botanicals blended into this treatment provide soothing relief. Certified organic German Chamomile, Lavandula Angustifolia and Helichrysum all deliver soothing relief, promote healthy skin, and have cleansing properties. The blue tint comes from the high content of chamazulene in the Nepalese chamomile (flown in directly from the Himalayan Mountains), which provides a deep soothing effect.
|Calendula Officinalis* 6X HPUS||Promotes healthy skin and healing|
|Hamamelis Virginiana* 6X HPUS||Relief of haemorrhoids that are sore or burning|
* Certified Organic
As with any drug, if you are pregnant or breast-feeding, ask your doctor before using. Not for use on children under the age of 36 months.
For external use only. Some individuals may be sensitive to essential oils, so always carry out a skin test before using. If product is swallowed, and adverse reaction occurs, seek medical help immediately. Do not apply to the eyes; in the event of contact, rinse with water and seek advice from your doctor. Keep all medicines out of the reach of children.
If condition shows no sign of improvement after seven days, or symptoms worsen, consult a doctor immediately.