About Anal Fissure

Eliminate Anal Fissure Pain


Anal fissure pain is caused when the internal anal sphincter muscle spasms during a bowel movement. To avoid this discomfort and pain, one must keep this muscle in a relaxed state. Topical medications such as Calcium Channel Blockers (Diltiazem, Nifedipine) or Nitroglycerin (Rectiv) should be applied to the anal mucosa directly surrounding the sphincter muscle area. This precise delivery proves extremely useful in offering pain relief to patients.



Intra-Anal Application is Essential


The types of medications mentioned above reduce the squeezing or contraction pressure of the sphincter muscle. These medications are most effective if the correct dose is applied directly to the anal canal1. Scientific research has shown that intra-anal application is more effective in relaxing the internal sphincter than peri-anal application with a finger1. Keeping the sphincter muscle in a constant relaxed state will significantly reduce fissure pain.

The Solution is DoseRite


DoseRite is the perfect solution for everyday pain relief. It offers ease in the application and dosing of self-administered fissure medication. DoseRite helps you apply the right dose to the anal canal every time. Using DoseRite three times per day with your prescribed medication keeps the sphincter muscle in a relaxed state and reduces your pain and discomfort.


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