What is Rectal Prolapse and its Different Stages?

Rectum is generally referred to the lowest 12 to 15 centimeters of the large intestine of the human body and animals. The term rectum basically refers to the lowest 12-15 centimeters of the large intestine. The whereabouts of the rectum is just above the anal canal. In standard circumstances, the rectum is very firmly attached to the pelvis with the assistance of the ligaments and muscles. These are the attachments which clench the rectum resolutely in place.

These muscles and ligaments might deteriorate because of numerous factors which include age, long chronic constipation, childbirth etc. because of which the attachment of the rectum to the body weakens. On account of this weakness, rectum prolapse befalls (which essentially means that the rectum has slithered out of place) There might be occasions when the hefty hemorrhoids, which are really outsized swollen veins inside the rectum, might cause the rectum to slip out or prolapse.

In the first phases of the prolapse, the rectum has only deprived attachment with the body and stays within. This phase of rectal prolapse is called mucosal prolapse, or partial prolapse, meaning that only the internal lining of the rectum (rectal mucosa) overhangs from the anus. As the connective tissues within the rectal mucosa become wobbly, it stretches on account of which the tissue overhangs out via the anus. These days, an herbal rectal prolapse treatment adult is getting quite popular amid people and they are opting for it rather than undergoing surgery due to its high efficiency.

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