Want to know if you have prolapse rectum of not? Read on!
Rectal prolapse is a medical complaint in which the rectum begins to push via the anus. The rectum is that last portion of your large intestine and the anus is the opening via which stool exits your body. Rectal prolapse affects around 2.5 individuals out of 100,000. Females over 50 are six times more likely than males to have this ailment.
The symptoms of rectal prolapse tend to show up gradually. The first symptom you will notice is the feeling that there is a protuberance at your anus. It might seem as though you are sitting on a ball. With a mirror, you might be able to see a reddish-colored protuberance peeping through or truly encompassing out of your anus. At times during a bowel movement, a small portion of the rectum will materialize, but might retreat on its own or be effortlessly pushed back into place. Usual physical activity such as walking, sitting and working out might also cause portion of the rectum to rush through your anus. At the start, it can be resumed to its proper location manually.
If rectal prolapse degrades, there could be bleeding from the internal lining of the rectum. In circumstances of partial or complete prolapse, you might have trouble monitoring liquid or solid bowel movement and gas from your rectum. Up to half of the individuals with rectal prolapse experience constipation, while others might have incidents of constipation and incontinence.