Anal fissure urinary tract infection

Duration: 6min 44sec Views: 1558 Submitted: 03.07.2020
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Initially, quizzes are posted out with journals and GPs are invited to submit their answers for CME credits. Register or Log in to take part in quizzes. Don't have an account? Register to use all the features of this website, including selecting clinical areas of interest, taking part in quizzes and much more. This item is 8 years and 3 months old; some content may no longer be current. Anal fissures are small tears in the epithelium of the anus that can be intensely painful.


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Going to a Cleveland Clinic location? One sign of an anal fissure is pain during or after a bowel movement. Causes, diagnosis and treatment--including surgery--are discussed. Appointments

Can anal fissure cause frequent urination?

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Q: I am a 33 years old woman having urinary tract infection UTI for the last four months. Now I have developed the problem of frequent urination, continuous burning in the anus and constipated bowels but there is no bleeding. The doctor told me that I have fissures.