Ailment Anal Prolapse

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FAQ's For Anal Prolapse

 

Rectal prolapse is caused by poor bowel movements, old age, nerve damage, nervous system disorders, spinal cord problems, or injury to the hips and anus.

The physical signs and symptoms of rectal prolapse are:
The feeling of sitting on a ball after pooping
The feeling of something sticking out of the anus after pooping
Bulge outside the anus
Red mass outside the anus

For temporary relief from rectal prolapse pain, one can use stool softeners or even attempt to push the rectum back into place by hand. However eventually, surgery must be used as a permanent solution.

Do not attempt to fix prolapse purely by natural methods. For temporary relief from rectal prolapse pain, one can use stool softeners or even try to push the rectum back into place by hand. However eventually, surgery must be used as a permanent solution.

The best form of relief for rectal prolapse is surgery. The two most common forms of surgery are:
1. Abdominal surgery
2. Perineal surgery

        
A prolapse occurs when an organ slips out of its usual position. A rectal prolapse occurs when the rectum slips out of the anus. Though not considered a medical emergency, the condition should not be ignored.
The signs and symptoms of rectal prolapse are:
The feeling of sitting on a ball after pooping
The feeling of something sticking out of the anus after pooping
Bulge outside the anus
Red mass outside the anus
Pain in the rectum and anus
Bleeding from the anus
Leaking of blood, mucus, or poop from the anus

Some possible causes of rectal prolapse include:
Long-term diarrhoea and constipation
Long-term history of straining while pooping
Previous injury to the pelvis or anal region
Old age which weakens the muscles in the anal region
Spinal cord diseases and neurological problems
Nerve damage

The best form of relief for rectal prolapse is surgery. The two most common forms of surgery are:
1. Abdominal surgery
2. Perineal surgery

For temporary relief from rectal prolapse pain, one can use stool softeners or even attempt to push the rectum back into place by hand. However eventually, surgery must be used as a permanent solution. Rectal prolapse can easily be prevented with the following measures:
• Introduce more fiber into the diet. Include at least 5 servings of fruits and veggies a day.
• Get regular exercise
• Drink at least 8 glasses of water a day
• Maintain a healthy BMI
• Talk to a healthcare professional about issues like long-term constipation, diarrhoea, or strain while pooping

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