How Is Rectal Prolapse Diagnosed And How Can It Be Treated?
Rectal prolapse is an ailment which befalls when the last portion of the large intestine (the rectum) stretches and obtrudes from the anus.
How is rectal prolapse diagnosed?
Your doctor will detect rectal prolapse by asking you queries about your symptoms and previous medical complications and surgeries. He or she will also perform a physical examination, which embraces testing the rectum for loose tissue and to find out how strappingly the anal sphincter contracts. You might require tests to exclude other conditions. For instance, you might require a sigmoidoscopy, a colonoscopy, or a barium enema to search for tumors, sores (ulcers), or atypically narrow regions in the large intestine. Or a kid might require a sweat test to check for cystic fibrosis if prolapse has befallen more than once or the reason is not clear.
- Leaking of stool from the anus (fecal incontinence).
- Leaking of mucus or blood from the anus (wet anus).
- A sensation of having full bowels and an urgent requirement to have a bowel movement.
- Passage of several very small stools.
- The sensation of not being able to empty the bowels totally.
- Anal pain, itching, irritation and bleeding.
- Bright red tissue that branches out of the anus.
Individuals who have a complete prolapse or who have a partial prolapse that don’t recover with a modification in diet will need to undergo ayurvedic treatment for prolapse rectum in India at Daya Ayush Therapy Centre.