Sitz bath for anal fissures
Anal fissures can happen to just about anyone. Our colorectal surgeon explains how to get an accurate diagnosis and the right relief. Cleveland Clinic is a non-profit academic medical center. Advertising on our site helps support our mission. We do not endorse non-Cleveland Clinic products or services.
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How to Take a Sitz Bath
Step-by-Step Instructions for Taking a Sitz Bath
I had pain and some bleeding during bowel movements. My doctor says it's an anal fissure. What is that, and what's the best way to treat it? An anal fissure is a tear in the tissue that lines the anal canal, usually resulting from trauma, such as the passage of hard stool. It causes sharp, tearing pain while passing a bowel movement, often accompanied by a small amount of blood on the toilet tissue or surface of the stool. Anal fissures are common and can easily become chronic, because after the first tear, bowel movements reinjure the area. The sphincter muscle beneath the tear goes into spasm, pulling the edges of the tear apart.
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Anal Fissure, Abscess and Fistula
A sitz bath is a type of therapy done by sitting in warm, shallow water. It can help soothe pain, itching, and other symptoms in the anal and genital areas. Sitz is from the German word sitzen, which means to sit. A sitz bath helps clean and treat certain problems in the anal area, genital area, and the perineum. The perineum is the area between the anus and the vulva in women.
The intestinal tract or bowel ends with the rectum. It ends with the anus — the opening to the outside of the body. There are several common problems, including hemorrhoids, that can occur in the area from the rectum to the anus.
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