Rectal prolapse befalls when the rectum (the last segment of the large intestine) tumbles from its normal position within the pelvic region. (The word prolapse means a tumbling down or slithering of a body portion from its standard position.) The term “rectal prolapse” can refer to three categories of prolapse:

  • The whole rectum prolongs out of the anus
  • Only a section of the rectal lining is pushed via the anus
  • The rectum begins to fall away but does not extend out the of the anus (internal prolapse)

People who struggle with the symptoms of prolapse rectum usually opt for surgical treatment. However, this route is not safe and kit carries a lot of risks.

Risks factors in rectal prolapse surgery

Rectal prolapse surgery carries serious risks. Risks vary, depending on surgical technique. But in general, rectal prolapse surgery risks include:

  • Bleeding
  • Bowel impediment
  • Impairment to neighboring structures, such as nerves and organs
  • Tapering (stricture) of the anal opening
  • Infection
  • Fistula — an abnormal connection between two body parts, such as the rectum and vagina
  • Reappearance of rectal prolapse
  • Development of new or aggravated constipation

If you wish to avoid undergoing all the risk factors of rectal prolapse surgery, you can opt for the Ayurvedic treatment approach. This treatment is 100% safe and effective. It detects and eradicates the rudimentary reasons of the diseases instead of superficial treatment or subduing the symptoms.

What are the Key Risk Factors in Rectal Prolapse Surgery?

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