What Is Prolapse Rectum And How Can You Treat It Without Surgery?
Rectal prolapse befalls when the tissue that lines the rectum cascades down into or branches out of the anal opening. Rectal prolapse can begin protuberant only during bowel movements; then it might obtrude during sneezes or other stomach contractions; then progress to protuberance during activities like walking, and ultimately reach chronic protuberance, where the rectum fails to withdraw at all. Rectal prolapse can stem from the following disorders:
- Cystic fibrosis, MS, paralysis
- Malnourishment and malabsorption (celiac disease as an example)
- Pinworms (enterobiasis)
- Before injury to the anus or pelvic region
- Whipworm infection (trichuriasis)
- Anal intercourse – particularly if long-standing or aggressive
If your rectum has prolapsed, you will likely see a pink or reddish-colored mass of tissue piercing out from the opening of the anus, particularly after a bowel movement. The lining of the rectal tissue might be noticeable and might bleed marginally.
Natural treatment for rectal prolapse
Treating the underlying reasons of rectal prolapse generally cures the problem. In otherwise healthy ageing patients who have recurrent rectal prolapse, surgery is at times used to overhaul physical difficulties that make prolapse more likely to befall. However, the operation can lead to scar tissue and adhesions, which can taper the rectal canal (anal stenosis) and inhibit the rectal and pelvic muscles relaxing during a bowel movement. These two problems can then cause difficulty having a bowel movement. To treat this, you can opt for a simple and safe procedure to repair rectal prolapse i.e. herbal medicines.