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Anyone have any success in treating these? From what my friend tells me it's very uncomfortable and he's in alot of pain when he has a bowl movement. Since he doesn't have access to the internet I told him I would do some research for him.
Figured no better place that tRCMB to turn to for answers.
This is going to be an awesome thread.
Ass Dan the first reply to the thread! You have to have a solution!
And BTW, I'm sure Brodson or AM Wood can give you some real helpful insight into your, er your friend's, issue...
This post was edited by Master Tang 15 months ago
Have you tried asking him to lube up first?
Might be first thread ever where no one asks for pics.
Sadly, I know all about OTC treatments for this problem, thanks to my 4.5 years doing direct marketing for a large pharma company's OTC brands.
Tell your friend to sit in a warm tub of water several times a day, use topical anesthetics (Preparation H would probably be a good choice), increase the fiber in his diet, drink a bulk fiber laxative daily, use a stool softner, and increase his water intake to at least a gallon a day.
Quick Google search tells me changing positions when you defecate may provide some relief.
I think you're supposed to put "friend" in quotes.
RCMB humor... You're doing it wrong.
Eat more Indian food.
I think you meant:
"Sadly, I know all about OTC treatments for this problem, thanks to my 4.5 years of bacon induced anal fissures"
only wipe with Charmin "super grainy". Now with more woodchips!!
First rule of bacon. If you don't get anal fissures from eating too much of it, you've done it wrong.
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I like how in the first picture, the dude gets completely naked, then in the second picture he's pooping his pants (although more comfortably it seems).
Have you tried upping "his" doses of anal per day?
All good advice, Minnie.
Get a vanity mirror and rub some 'tussin everywhere you see a crack.
20 posts and no Brodson yet? Fairly disappointed.
Seriously, tell "your friend" to go see a doctor who specializes in digestive diseases (gastroenterologist) or a colon and rectal surgeon, and have them take care of it. Don't waste time with anything else. You'll thank me later.
Eat more cheese.
Yea, don't care about that problem....
Minnie, did you see the ads for BACON yesterday on the board..... They were up last night and of course I thought of you...
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Good advice. If your "friend with no internet" needs additional medicine, I think the data is good for topical nifedipine and my patients have had good success with it.
If we can trick Coach Krzyzewski into saying his own name backwards, perhaps he will be pushed back to the fifth dimension
OK - I'll bite (and then promptly change my screename). Do what Minnie said and get a prescription for suppositories from your, I mean your friend's, doctor. I used to get these semi-frequently from rugby and weighlifting. I got tired of treating them so I would follow Minnie's course of action and they would eventually just go away. I never had any pain with them though. Good luck - to your friend.
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