Ayurvedic Rectal Prolapse Treatment without Surgery


Ayurveda (Sanskrit Āyurveda आयुर्वेद, "life-knowledge") or Ayurvedic treatment in India is an ancient Hindu medicine system derived from upaveda or commonly known as auxiliary knowledge in Vedic tradition. Medical practices adopted from this ayurvedic treatment offer an alternative medicine to patients who generally don’t want to go for surgeries or other forms of treatments. This treatment has been more popular as the side-effects of medicines are negligible and often patients are cured without undergoing pain and trauma of operations. Non-surgical rectal prolapse treatment is best treatment of prolapse rectum.

Ayurvedic treatment follows eight methods to cure different diseases. They are: Nadi (pulse), Mootra (urine), Mala (stool), Jihva (tongue), Shabda (speech), Sparsha (touch), Druk (vision), and Aakruti (appearance). Normally, practitioners following this medical stream offer cures by making use of the five senses.

 

What is Prolapse Rectum?

A disease in which Rectum comes out during defecation partially or totally, sometimes it goes back automatically or sometimes patient has to do it manually .This disease can occur in males, females & children. While this may be painful, it can also be moderately humiliating and often has a momentous negative impact on patients’ quality of life.
 

Types of Rectal Prolapse

There are three types of rectal prolapse.

1.) Full-thickness rectal prolapse is when part of the wall of your rectum pokes outvia your anus. This is the most common kind of rectal prolapse. 
2.) Mucosal prolapse is when only the lining (mucosa) of your rectum protrudes out via your anus. 
3.) Internal rectal prolapse is when your rectum bends in on itself but doesn't thrust out through your anus. This is also recognized as an internal intussusception. 
 

Causes of Prolapsed Rectum

a) Excessive straining 
b) Chronic Constipation
c) Chronic Diarrhoea
d) Weakness of Rectum Supporting Muscles & Ligaments 
e) Some other unknown causative factors

Symptoms of Rectal Prolapse

If you have a prolapsed rectum, you are likely to observe a protuberance or swelling coming out of your anus. Initially, you might only observe this when you have a bowel movement. However, if your prolapse gets worse, this may also occur when you cough, sneeze or stand up. You might also:

a) Find it problematic to control your bowel movements 
b) See some bright red blood coming out of your rectum 
c) Have some uneasiness 
d) Develop an ulcer on the portion of your rectum that protrudes out 

You may be able to thrust any lump or swelling back in by using your fingers. But this may become more challenging and the swelling may stick out again as soon as you shove it back in. Ultimately, you may not be able to push it back in whatsoever.

Diagnosis of Rectal Prolapse

The disease can be diagnosed by a doctor on simple examination. In conditions when the patient’s rectum turns back inside the body itself after going through a bowel motion, he might have to demonstrate the same process during the examination so that the physician can decide the diagnosis.

Rarely, a rectal prolapse could be internal or hidden, that makes the medical analysis more complicated. In this case, a video defecogram, a kind of an x-ray examination, might be considered. During this test, the x-ray machine takes pictures of a patient when he is having a bowel movement, which in turn would help the doctor to decide the exact course of action for the respective patient. Another method to diagnose the disease is anorectal manometry that helps to evaluate the functioning of the rectum muscles as they play major role in the bowel movement.

Differential Diagnosis of Prolapsed Internal Haemorrhoids from Rectal Prolapse

Since Prolapsed internal Haemorrhoids are separated by Sulci radiating peripherally from the centre of the anal outlet .

Partial Rectal Prolapse – Involving only the mucosal layer of the Rectal –Wall

Complete Rectal Prolapse – Involving all layers of the Rectal –Wall (No inflammation)

Complete Rectal Prolapsed is characterized by concentrically arranged mucosal folds which are strikingly different from the radiating sulci which separate prolapsed internal Haemorrhoids.

Problems because of undergoing surgery for rectal prolapse
Possible issues that a patient can face when he opts for the surgical rectal prolapse treatment comprise of :-

1. Allergic effect to the anesthetics used during the surgery.
2. Different kinds of infections.
3. Hemorrhage.
4. Damage caused to surrounded blood vessels or nerves.
5. Injury to other pelvic organs, like rectum or bladder.
6. Necrosis or commonly known as death of the rectal wall.
7. Reappearance of the rectal prolapse.

Treatment and prevention of Prolapse Rectum
Two out of the traditional eight branches of ayurvedic medicines take care of surgery which is generally called Śalya-cikitsā and Śālākya-tantra, but present day Ayurvedic treatment is inclined to attain good health by developing a strong and healthy metabolic body and sustain good digestive and excretory system. This form of medical science also focuses on meditation, yoga and exercise. It basically follows the age-long theory of Dinacharya that states natural cycles i.e. waking, sleeping, working, meditation etc. are important parameters for healthy life. Basic hygiene comprising of clean body and skin also forms an essential part.

Ayurvedic Cure for Prolapse Rectum

Different parts plants such as roots, leaves, fruits, bark, or seeds are used for the treatment of different diseases. Since early centuries, lot of plant-derivative medicines are used on the basis of their toxicology, microscopic structure, chemical compositions, healing values, etc. Our specialty is to rectal prolapse treatment by herbal medicine formula orally and Bastikaram in which a liquid medicine is given to administer per rectum with the help of Bulb Syringe Applicator. The Centre provides unique Herbal Treatment which works on the Principle of Ayurveda without any side effects.

Medicine has the property of GRAHI (a term of Ayurveda which means to retain the organ at its own place giving strength to support muscles & Ligaments of Rectum) & controlling SAMAN & APAN VAYU, the forces control digestion & act of defecation (Stretching & Contraction).

Benefits of Ayurvedic Treatment:-
1.Primarily, there is no surgery required to treat the disease.
2.No side-effects of the medicine.
3.The lowest risk rate and effective primitive health care option.
4.Identifies and removes the basic causes of the diseases rather than superficial treatment or suppressing the symptoms.
5.Motivate and educate patients for adopting healthy lifestyles.
6.Diagnoses based on specific health factors and effects.
7.Focusing on the health conditions to encourage the well-being of the society and to avert the diseases for the individual, communities and the world at large.

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