Feeling the problem of fissures? Then be sure to read this!


If you’re suffering from anal pain, you’re not alone. According to some statistics, over 30% of Indians experience painful fissures. This can be a serious problem for those affected and may lead to chronic pain and depression. Luckily, In Ayurveda, there are many ways to treat this condition and stop the pain once it begins.

A fissure is a cut or tear in the skin extending from the anal opening.

A fissure is a cut or tear in the skin extending from the anal opening. This injury can cause pain and bleeding. Fissures are common and don’t have to be chronic; however, if you notice symptoms that last longer than three weeks, it’s important to see your healthcare provider.

If you experience severe burning or pain after passing stool (a bowel movement), it may be because of a fissure. Other symptoms include:

  • Pain while urinating (passing urine)
  • Bleeding when you pass stool
  • A feeling of incomplete emptying after having a bowel movement

You can make the pain stop.

You can make the pain stop.

The limit of drinking water should also be determined.

Tea, coffee should not be taken on an empty stomach.

Taking a sitz bath, it relaxes the blood vessels in the lumbar region.

Night sleep means to sleep between eleven and two o’clock.

Keep buttermilk in the diet after lunch.

Gulkand moravala should be included in daily diet- so that your body gets proper nourishment from food but it will also help you get rid of constipation and indigestion problems.

If you apply homemade ghee on that place, you will get relief- because ghee contains essential fatty acids which are good for skin care as well as strengthen muscles -so don’t forget this point!

Make a habit of taking jaggery and ghee after meals- This will help stimulate digestion too (because jaggery has high fiber content).


We hope this article has helped you better understand fissures, and that it’s given you some ideas for what to do if you think that you have one. Keep in mind that this is a very common condition and can be treated with simple at-home remedies. If your pain doesn’t go away after trying these methods, it’s important that you see a doctor immediately so they can prescribe medications or recommend surgery as needed.

While some of these methods can provide relief, they aren’t a cure-all. Don’t suffer needlessly through your fissures. Talk to us and find out what the best course of action is for you.