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Our information shows that 1 causes of anal fissure are related to diabetes, or a family history of diabetes (from a list of 10 total causes). These diseases and conditions may be more likely causes of anal fissure if the patient has diabetes, is at risk of diabetes, or has a family history of diabetes. Anal fissure is found among people with diabetes, especially for people who are male, 60 old, take medication metformin and have high blood pressure. This study is created by ehealthme based on reports of 38 people who have diabetes from food and drug administration (fda), and is updated regularly. New protocol to treat anal fissures offers excellent results, without cutting the muscle. Sometimes the most difficult thing about a problem is overcoming the fear of facing it. When people have painful conditions of the anus, they tend to be embarrassed to talk about that part of the body and even less enthusiastic about inviting a doctor to take a look. Anal fissure what is an anal fissure? An anal fissure is a tear in the lining of the anus or anal canal (the opening through which stool passes out of the body). Who is at risk for anal fissures? Anal fissures can occur in anyone at any age. The chance of having an anal fissure decreases as people get. An anal fissure can be a source of intense discomfort and pain. Additional causes include prolonged diarrhea due to the irritation and breakdown of the skin, or trauma from blunt objects. The american society of colon & rectal surgeons recommends treating the constipation or diarrhea as the initial treatment for fissures. An anal fistula is a tunnel that runs from inside the anus-- the hole your body uses to get rid of solid waste -- to somewhere in the skin around it. An anal fissure is a tear or split in the lining of the anus (anal mucosa). The symptoms and signs include pain when passing a bowel motion and bright red blood from the anus. The problem is common in children younger than one year, and affects around eight out of 10 babies. An anal tear (fissure) causes pain around the back passage (anus). The pain can be really bad and tends to be worse when you pass stools (faeces) and for an hour or so after passing stools. Sitz baths, or hip baths, can promote healing of an anal fissure. By soaking the rectal area in a tub of warm water -- two or three times a day for 10 to 15 minutes -- you can clean the anus.