Rectal prolapse is well-defined as the slipping or dropping down of the tissue lining the rectum either into the rectal opening or protuberant from the anus. The rectum is the distal end of the large colon that links to the anus. The condition befalls most often in kids younger than 6 years of age and in elderly individuals.
Prolapse Rectum in Children
Rectal prolapse might develop in a kid who recurrently strains during bowel movements, such as from glitches with long-term (chronic) constipation. Compression from forceful coughing spells, such as those triggered by howling cough (pertussis) or long-term lung ailment from cystic fibrosis might also result in rectal prolapse.Rectal prolapse in kids most commonly materializes before the age of 4 and typically before age 1. Boys and girls are correspondingly likely to develop the condition. A kid’s risk for rectal prolapse mightupsurgeowing to a structural issue in the digestive system. Other disorders that upsurge a kid’s risk for rectal prolapse include:
- Augmented abdominal pressure.
- Short-term or long-term diarrhea. Giardiasis or Escherichia coli (E. coli) infection might cause short-term diarrhea.
- Parasitic infections.
- Cystic fibrosis.
- Pelvic floor weakness.
- Hirschsprung’ssickness. The birth defect Hirschsprung’s disease affects muscular contractions of the bowel. This can result in rectal prolapse.
- Not having an opening in the anus (imperforate anus).
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