Three rectal prolapse kinds exist. The kind is determined by the rectum movement:
- Internal prolapse: The rectum begins to decrease, but the anus has not yet gone.
- Partial prolapse: the anus is displaced just in portion of the rectum.
- Full prolapse: The whole rectum stretches out into the anus.
Multiple medical problems may induce rectal prolapse. They contain:
Damage to the nerves
Rectal prolapse may occur if the nerves that govern muscles rectal and anal are injured. Sometimes, these nerves may be injured by: • pregnancy or a difficult delivery
- Spinal wound • Pelvic region surgery
Anal Shincter Weakened
This is the muscle that enables feces from your rectum to get through. Pregnancy and delivery are common causes for this muscle to weaken.
Due to the pressure of persistent bowel movement difficulties, your rectum may move more easily. Strain may also induce rectal prolapse during bowel movement, if often over a period of years.
Hemorrhoid rectal prolapse
Prolapse of the rectal and hemorrhoids may be both unpleasant and very painful. Rectal prolapse may first feel like a serious case of hemorrhoids, and hemorrhoids on your anus may seem to appear as if your rectum develops.
The prolapse of the rectum itself requires movement. In fact, hemorrhoids in the rectum or anus are enlarged blood vessels. Hemorrhoids may become painful and irritating, but they are quite frequent in their smaller and more moderate form. The protrusion of the rectum may also occasionally cause bleeding.
See your doctor if you think you are suffering from hemorrhoids or rectal prolapse. Your illness may be diagnosed and therapy started.
Prolapse rectal will not improve alone. With time, the degree of prolapse will grow. It may take months or years to make that choice, and thus there is not necessarily a hurry.
You may opt to postpone therapy when your symptoms are modest enough and your lifestyle isn’t much impaired if you have been diagnosed with rectal prolapse.
Surgery is the only method to cure and alleviate symptoms of rectal prolapse. The surgeon may do the operation either via the abdomen or the anus region.
Surgery is done via the abdomen to back the rectum in its correct place. It may be performed with an open incision and operation or with the use of a number of incisions and tiny operating instruments.
Operation from the anus area includes removing and surgically removing portion of the rectum. Then the rectum is put back inside the big intestine and fixed on it. Usually this technique is used by individuals who aren’t excellent surgical candidates in the abdomen.
Talk to your doctor about your choices. You should comfortably wonder why one kind of surgery is suggested if they propose it.