rectal prolapse

Get Familiar With a Simple and Safe Procedure to Repair Rectal Prolapse

The medical illness acknowledged by many as rectal prolapse (and also cited as rectocele by medical experts), is categorized as the shifting of the end portion of the large intestine from its usual place into the posterior end of the vaginal wall. There are countless facets that lead to its development. There are three types of rectal prolapse that can be detected:

  • Partial prolapse (also named mucosal prolapse): The lining (mucous membrane) of the rectum slips out of place and normally branches out of the anus. This can befall when you force to have a bowel movement. Partial prolapse is much common in toddlers under 2 years.
  • Complete prolapse: The total wall of the rectum slips out of place and typically poles out of the anus. At the beginning, this might transpire only during bowel movements. Lastly, it might happen when you stand or walk. And in some situations, the prolapsed tissue might stay outside your body all the time.
  • Internal prolapse (intussusception): One portion of the wall of the large intestine (colon) or rectum might slither into or over a different part, like the movable parts of a toy telescope. The rectum does not stick out of the anus. Intussusception is most ordinarily spotted in children and often seldom affects adults.


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