Whenever I go to the restroom, I have to push hard to pass stools as I have an anal fissure. The pus comes out in large amounts, and the fissure hurts. I have had these problems for the past two years. I do not know what to do. Now I am having urinary problems too. I find it difficult to urinate, so I need to go to the restroom again.
As per your history and attached reports (attachments removed to protect the patient's identity), I think you suffer from anal fissure. You need surgery to remove the affected area. I suggest you take a fiber-rich diet to avoid constipation. Drink plenty of fluids and keep yourself hydrated. I suggest you apply Anovate (Phenylephrine, Beclometasone, and Lidocaine) cream before and after passing stools.
Consult a specialist doctor, discuss with them, and take medications with their consent.
I hope this has helped you.
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