A Clever Solution for Anal Fissure Pain


The key to anal fissure pain relief is maintaining relaxation of the internal anal sphincter muscle. This is achieved by delivering topical medications such as Calcium Channel Blockers or Nitroglycerine directly to the tissue surrounding the anal sphincter muscle (anoderm). Studies have shown that intra-anal application of topical medication is more effective at reducing internal sphincter pressure than application with a finger (peri-anal).¹



DoseRite Provides Consistent Pain Relief

DoseRite helps patients get the relief they need by taking the guesswork out of anal fissure treatment. Using DoseRite three times per day provides prolonged relaxation of the anal sphincter muscle and significant pain relief.¹


Targeted Delivery of Medication

DoseRite’s patented applicator provides a simple and painless way for patients to apply medication inside the anal canal. The applicator’s side-slotted design ensures medication is applied directly to the anal mucosa (anoderm) for maximum absorption by the internal sphincter muscle.


Simple Accurate Medication Dosing

DoseRite also includes a seamless dosing method that includes a universal adaptor and dosing syringes that connect directly to the patients’ medication container. This clever system allows patients to apply an accurate single dose every time for more consistent results and less wasted medication.


“I started to use the system last night with no problems, it was very easy to use, and knowing the right dosage is being administered is reassuring. No pain this morning”.
– Ian, England

How to Order DoseRite

1. Order DoseRite through Amazon.com if you already have your anal fissure medication.

2. DoseRite can be included with your Rx at your local compounding pharmacy.

Click here to find a participating compounding pharmacy near you.


“It makes things easier and I have less side effects from the meds and better relief!
-Michael, Florida


1. Torrabadella L, Salgado G. Controlled Dose Delivery in Topical Treatment of Anal Fissure: Pilot Study of a New Paradigm. Dis Colon Rectum 2005; 49: 865–868