If you've only had your fissure for a few weeks then it's possible that your body will heal itself if you avoid hard stools.

Consider yourself lucky: your fissure is acute and can be healed quickly.

You can do this by drinking more water, consuming more fiber and through regular cardiovascular exercise.

Chronic Fissures

If you've had your fissure for over 6 weeks it's now deemed chronic by the medical profession.

This means your body is finding it harder to heal and if left untreated, your fissure could be causing you pain for a long time.

It's common for many people to have a fissure for 1-2 years or even longer.

What Can I Do If My Fissure Is Chronic?

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