What Causes Crohn’s Disease?
The exact cause of Crohn’s disease is unknown, but theories suggest it has genetic, environmental, and immunological origins. WebMD explores what we know about the potential causes of Crohn’s disease.
Picture of the Anus
WebMD provides a medical diagram of the anus and explains its function and problems that can affect the anus.
Treatment for Anal Fissures
Learn what your options are for treating anal fissures.
Tips for Preventing Anal Fissures
Follow these tips to avoid the pain of anal fissures.
How Anal Fissures are Diagnosed
Learn how anal fissures are diagnosed and the tests doctors use to identify them.
What Causes Anal Fissures?
Find out who gets anal fissures and what causes them.
Anal Fissure Symptoms
See what the common symptoms are for anal fissures.
When You're New to Crohn's Disease
WebMD suggests steps to take to live as normally as possible with Crohn's disease, including having a doctor nearby, packing an emergency kit, and knowing where public bathrooms are located.
Should You Try a Low-Residue Diet?
WebMD explains what a low-residue diet is and why a person might go on this diet.
Tips to Avoid Crohn's Disease Symptoms
Tips to help you avoid a Crohn's disease flare and other symptoms.