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Rectal prolapse normally describes a medical condition wherein the walls of the rectum protrude through the anus and hence become visible outside the body.
Quick Facts
  • Happens due to tissues lining the rectum slip into or get stuck to the anal opening
  • Tested and identified through physical exam
  • Sometimes it is identified through a rectal exam
  • Patients with rectal prolapse are reported to have mass protuberant through the anus
  • Mass protrudes from the anus usually after the bowel movement and retracts back when a patient in the standing position
  • Sneezing and coughing worsens mass protrusion
  • Walking can cause continual prolapse
  • With the progression of this disease rectum no longer retracts and the situations gets worse
  • Pain is usually from mild to severe sessions
  • 10 to 25% of patients also suffer from uterine or bladder prolapse
  • 35% also suffer from associated cystocele
  • Patients with mucosal prolapse have analogous problems but not exactly of the equal degree
  • Patients with internal intussusception often complain of exertion with excretion and a feeling of incomplete withdrawal
  • In severe cases only major surgeries can repair the physical hitches that most likely becomes a major cause of prolapse
Rectal Prolapse Causes
  • Constipation
  • Cystic fibrosis
  • Malnutrition and malabsorption for example celiac disease
  • Pinworms (enterobiasis)
  • Prior injury to the anus or pelvic area
  • Whipworm infection (trichuriasis)
Rectal Prolapse Symptoms
  • Reddish-colored mass that sticks out from the opening of the anus
  • Visible lining of the rectal tissue
  • The lining of the rectal tissue may be visible and may bleed slightly
  • Rectal bleeding
  • Rectum Prolapse
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