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Sir I have given the date of operation of fistula in ano but PGI HOD surgeon told me that you have chronic fissure and you will heal with medication and diet as he advised Sir tell me that Is it possible?

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Chronic fissure can heal with conservative treatment.
Wait for some poriod and then you can opt for surgery if not healed.

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