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Rectal prolapse may develop for several reasons. For certain individuals, minor rectal prolapse occurs infrequently when they strain to have a bowel movement and may head off on its own. For more information visit at: http://www.prolapserectum.com\n

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Kinds of rectal prolapse
Kinds Of Rectal Prolapse

  • Rectal prolapse befalls when part of the rectum becomes overextended and overhangs from the anus. There are three kinds of rectal prolapse:

  • Partial prolapse befalls when the lining (mucous membrane) of the rectum slithers out of place, usually when you strain to have a bowel movement.

  • Complete prolapse befalls when the wall of the rectum slithers out of place and overhangs from of the anus.

  • Internal prolapse is also called intussusception. This befalls when one part of the wall of the large intestine or rectum slips into or over another part. In grown-ups, intussusception is typically related to another intestinal issue, such as a polyp or tumor.


Symptoms of rectal prolapse
Symptoms Of Rectal Prolapse

  • The prime symptom of rectal prolapse is a reddish-colored mass bulging from the opening of the anus, particularly following a bowel movement. Other indications take account of:

  • Rectal bleeding

  • Leakage of stool or mucus

  • A feeling of having full bowels and a pressing need to have a bowel movement.

  • Passage of several very small stools.

  • The feeling of not being able to empty the bowels entirely.

  • Anal pain, itching or irritation


Causes and risk factors
Causes and risk factors

  • Rectal prolapse may develop for several reasons. For certain individuals, minor rectal prolapse occurs infrequently when they strain to have a bowel movement and may head off on its own.


Other factors may also add to rectal prolapse
Other factors may also add to rectal prolapse:

  • A lifetime habit of straining to have bowel movement

  • Suffering to the pelvic floor muscles

  • An advancement of the aging process

  • Constipation

  • Cystic fibrosis

  • Neurological glitches

  • Malnutrition and malabsorption because of other illnesses or conditions

  • Parasite septicity

  • Prior injury to the anus or pelvic region


Diagnostic tests
Diagnostic tests

  • Your doctor can habitually detect rectal prolapse with a watchful history and a complete physical exam. Internal prolapse may necessitate supplementary tests such as anorectalmanometry to gauge the function of the muscles around the rectum.

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