Also, my anal fissures seem to flare up with pain during bowel movements and blood on the toilet paper in co-occurrence with my vaginal issues. However, I always have an anal fissure. Like 28 days a month. It’s not unbearable, more annoying, but why does this never go away??!??? I am on Acyclovir, have also tried Famvir, and never have had another vaginal outbreak. Anal fissure, also known as fissure-in-ano, is a small tear in the lining of the thin moist tissue that lines the anus, causing pain during bowel movement. Other diseases such as inflammatory bowel diseases (IBD) like Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis, as well as sexually transmitted infections like syphilis and herpes, may lead to anal fissures.
Do you know how to differentiate hemorrhoids from anal fissure, anal abscess, polyp, pruritus ani and colon cancer? Hemorrhoids can be misdiagnosed with different types of conditions. STDs can promote the breakdown of the fissure and some of the examples include syphilis, Chlamydia and herpes. Anal abscess and hemorrhoids Anal abscess differs largely from piles. They believe that any sores they have in this area are caused by hemorrhoids or anal fissures. Sometimes symptoms can be self misdiagnosed as heat rash, ingrown hair follicles, insect bites, jock itch or even an allergic reaction. Long story short, I have herpes that flare up mostly in the anus region. There are things you can do for anal fissures, if that’s what you have.