Anal Prolapse (BM242) Symptom Relief for Anal/Rectal Prolapse
Anal Prolapse (Rectal Prolapse)
Anal prolapse, also known as rectal prolapse, is a medical condition characterized by the protrusion of the rectum through the anus. This condition occurs when the muscles and ligaments that support the rectum become weakened or damaged. Common symptoms of anal prolapse include the protrusion of rectal tissue through the anus, a sensation of fullness or the presence of a lump in the rectal area, difficulty with bowel movements, leakage of stool or mucus from the rectum, and anal pain or discomfort, particularly during bowel movements.
Causes of Anal Prolapse:
Muscle Weakening: The primary cause of anal prolapse is the weakening of the muscles and ligaments that support the rectum, often due to aging, childbirth, or chronic straining during bowel movements.
Chronic Constipation: Frequent and prolonged episodes of constipation can contribute to the development of anal prolapse, as the strain involved in complex bowel movements can gradually weaken the rectal muscles.
Pelvic Floor Dysfunction: Dysfunction in the pelvic floor muscles, which play a pivotal role in supporting the rectum, can potentially contribute to anal prolapse.
Prior Pelvic Surgery: Individuals who have previously undergone pelvic surgery may be more likely to develop anal prolapse.
Neurological Conditions: Specific neurological conditions, such as multiple sclerosis or spinal cord injuries, can disrupt the nerves controlling rectal function, potentially leading to anal prolapse.
Common Symptoms of Anal Prolapse:
Rectal Protrusion: The most noticeable symptom is the protrusion of rectal tissue through the anus.
Feeling of Fullness or Lump: Individuals with anal prolapse often report a sensation of fullness in the rectal area or a protruding lump near the anus.
Bowel Movement Difficulties: Anal prolapse can lead to difficulties during bowel movements, including straining or the feeling of incomplete evacuation.
Leakage: Leakage of stool or mucus from the rectum may occur, leading to hygiene concerns.
Anal Discomfort: Individuals with anal prolapse often suffer from anal discomfort or pain, especially during bowel movements.
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