Anal fissures are microscopic tears in the anus lining. The anus’s skin is disrupted by the tears, which also induce physical symptoms that are often felt during or right after a bowel movement. Anal fissures are characterised by pain that is worse after or right after a bowel movement. Anal tissue may have been cut if there is blood in the stool or on restroom tissue. It’s crucial to get medical attention if you see a tear, even if it’s not painful, because some anal fissures leak without any obvious pain.