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Anal Fissure (cont.)

Anal Fissure Prevention

Preventing constipation and the passage of hard bowel movements prevents anal fissures. Maintaining a high fiber diet and drinking plenty of fluid will promote soft bowel movements, and not only prevents anal fissures but also decreases the risk of developing hemorrhoids.

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