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Doctor insights on: Do Symptoms Like Rectal Prolapse Go Away Quickly

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Do symptoms like rectal prolapse go away quickly?

Do symptoms like rectal prolapse go away quickly?

Probably not: Rectal prolapse usually occurs over time and is a progressive problem. There may be an underlying cause for the prolapse. You need to be seen by your primary doctor for evaluation. ...Read more

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Dr. Scott Beard
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Rectal Prolapse (Definition)

Rectal prolapse is a condition where part of the rectum falls down and protrudes ...Read more


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What are symptoms of rectal prolapse?

What are symptoms of rectal prolapse?

Anal mass: Rectal prolapse is the passage of a part of the rectum out through the anus. The patient usually becomes aware of something hanging out when it is time to wipe. Early on it may "reduce", or go back in, on it's own but as it enlarges it may need to be pushed back. Initially will only come out with bowel movements but later will come out with coughing etc. Usually will need surgery. ...Read more

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Are the symptoms of rectal prolapse bad?

Evaluation: First you need evaluation to differentiate mucosal prolapse from true complete rectal prolapse. If surgery is required after medical management fails, the correct surgery will be anything from a hemorrhoidectomy to an abdominal procedure and partial colon resection. So, please be sure of the diagnosis before consenting to surgery. ...Read more

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What are your symptoms of rectal prolapse?

None usually: Rectal prolapse is where the rectum falls through the anus. Sometimes it results from constipation. A rectocele is a bulge from the vagina and stool can get stuck in it. ...Read more

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What are symptoms of an Internal rectal prolapse ?

What are symptoms of an 
Internal rectal prolapse ?

A rectal prolapse: occurs when part or all of the wall of the rectum slides out of place, sometimes protruding from the anus. In an internal prolapse, the rectum does not protrude outside the anus. There may be some pain and changes in stool consistency or passage. Treatment involves changes in diet or sexual practices, medicine such as stool softener, or surgery depending on severity. I hope this helps. ...Read more

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What are the most common symptoms of rectal prolapse? Do I need to have all of them to really have it?

What it says...: Most common is "mass protruding through the anus" and most are not painful at all; typically protrudes with defication/straining and retracts when done (mild cases). More severe case may need physical "pushing back in". It may progress and get really severe and pushing back no longer adequate, which then will require surgical reduction/pin-up surgery. Consult your doc..Colorectal doc. Good luck. ...Read more

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What are symptoms of rectal prolapse in vagina? Is feeling like you have to fart or poop during sex be a symptom?

What are symptoms of rectal prolapse in vagina? Is feeling like you have to fart or poop during sex be a symptom?

Rectocele: You are likely referring to what is called a rectocele. A rectocele is when the rectum bulges up into the vagina. The most common symptom is constipation. An Obgyn can easily diagnosis a rectocele with a pelvic exam. ...Read more

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What can I do for my rectal prolapse without going to a doctor?

Variable: Some people with rectal prolapse will have pain with bowel movements, most will have occasional bright red blood from the rectum due to irritation of the prolapsed rectal mucosa, and many will have soiling or a mucous type discharge from the prolapse. Stool softeners and increased fiber in the diet may help, but significant rectal prolapse often requires surgical correction. ...Read more

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Should i go to school if I have a rectal prolapse?

As long: Aas you can reduce the prolapse after a bm and do not have excessive soilage issues, going to school is not a problem. But if the prolpase continues, the sooner you get it confirmed and treated the better the long term result you will have. Long term prolapse can be associated with loss of sphincter muscle tone and hence can cause variable degrees of incontinence. ...Read more