Rectal prolapse is the complete protuberance of the rectum via the anal canal. Rectal bleeding and a mucous discharge are recurrent symptoms. Incontinence is often associated with this ailment as a result of either an underlying enfeebled sphincter, which lets the prolapse to befall, or secondarily to chronic straining and damage to the sphincter complex because of the chronic rectal prolapse. Rectal prolapse is most often seen in ageing multi parous women. Other risk factors embrace connective tissue and psychiatric illnesses as well as obesity. Rectal prolapse is a prolonged disturbing condition, which affects elderly females principally, generally with a history of chronic constipation with variable degrees of incontinence.
The most imperative complication of rectal prolapse is incarceration and strangulation. Most often, the rectal prolapse will decrease unexpectedly. The prolapse might also at a later stage necessitate manual reduction, which with time becomes more recurrent and challenging. An incarcerated rectal prolapse might be seen after a long history of prolapse or less often as a presenting symptom. The treatment of an incarcerated viable prolapse is to place the patient in the head-down position, applying cold compresses to the protuberant mass.
As far as treatment of rectal prolapse is concerned, the eventual decision should be made by the patient and doctor after revising the options, risks, and advantages of the numerous techniques, and which methodology best suits the individual patient. For more information on Ayurvedic approaches of prolapse rectum treatment, you can visit our center i.e. Daya Ayush Therapy Center.