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Moderate to severe infections may take one to two weeks to clear. Over-the-counter (OTC) treatments and home remedies are often effective for mild infections, but they aren't as powerful as prescription options.
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An anal fissure (fissure-in-ano) is a small, oval shaped tear in skin that lines the opening of the anus. This commonly happens because of hard stools during bowel clearance.
Causes - Chronic constipation
Straining to have a bowel movement, especially if the stool is large, hard or dry
Prolonged diarrhoea , Insertion of foreign objects into the anus, Longstanding , poor bowel habits, Overly tight or spastic anal sphincter muscles (muscles that control the closing of the anus) , Scarring in the anorectal area
Eating a low-fiber diet
Presence of an underlying medical problem: such as Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis; anal cancer; leukemia; infectious diseases (such as tuberculosis); and sexually transmitted diseases (such as syphilis, gonorrhea, Chlamydia, chancroid, HIV)
Decreased blood flow to the anorectal area.
Signs and Symptoms
Pain during bowel movement
Pain after bowel movement lasts up to several hours.
Bright red colour on the stool or toilet paper after a bowel movement.
Itching or irritation in your anal region
A visible crack on the skin around the anus.
A small lump or skin tag on the skin near the anal fissure.
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Bowel movements are a necessity of life. They allow you to empty waste from your diet via your intestines. While all people make bowel movements, the frequency varies greatly. Some researchers indicate that anywhere from three bowel movements a day to three a week can be normal. Therefore, it would be fair to say that the average person poops about once a day. Less than three movements per week is generally considered constipation.
In your case, you mentioned that you are passing one bowel in the morning, so you don't have any constipation issues.
In your comment you mentioned that you skip lunch and take only fruits. When a person undereats, their body has less food to convert into stools, that's why you can't pass stools in the evening. Eating too little food may also cause constipation because of a slowed metabolic rate. Straining to have a bowel movement is not good, it may cause swelling in the veins in and around your anus. Torn skin in your anus (anal fissure). A large or hard stool can cause tiny tears in the anus. Stool that can't be expelled (fecal impaction). Please book a consultation with one of our doctors at this link to find further help: https://www.findmyhealth.com/consultation.