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It would be rare!: It might be a very uncommon factor, but for the most part no, particularly if a condom with proper lubrication is used! but it can aggravate a pre-existing prolapse! ...Read more
Rectal prolapse: Exact causes are unknown in most cases. Rectal prolapse is generally more common in elderly women, although it may occur at any age and in both sexes. It is very rarely life-threatening, but the symptoms can be debilitating if left untreated. Most external prolapse cases can be treated successfully, often with a surgical procedure. See a Colo-rectal surgeon for an exam and discussion. Best wishes ...Read more
Diagnose anal fissure last year.ct w rectal contrst last year ok.feel presur in anal &low back.need pass stool but rectum empty.fisure?ibs?consption?
A CT isn't the: best tool to diagnose an anal fissure. Are you having any bleeding? Does pain get worse with BMs? Straining? Constipation? Your symptoms could be from hemorrhoids, persistent anal fissure, constipation, colonic inertia, IBS or IBD. You need to see a primary care doctor and possibly GI. Good luck! ...Read more
Rectal prolapse: Is where the entire rectum protrudes through the anus, hemmoroids will just be individual bulges of dilated blood vessels. If there are multiple hemmorhoids the difference can be hard to feel and has to be seen by experienced eyes. ...Read more
Straing or rectal ma: Rectal prolapse is not common in men but when it occurs, it is usually from chronic diarrhea and straining at the stool. Rectal prolapse should usually be repaired by an experienced surgeon as there are several different techniques which can be applied depending on patient factors such as age, debility, assessment of anal sphincter tone and squeeze, etc. Colonoscopy is necessary. ...Read more
No: The problem with imperforate anus stems from the extent of the anal defect. The most common defect will be with ennervation and presence or absence of the muscles that contribute to continence. The higher the defect the more likely there may be issues with continence. Reproductive structures are rarely effected unless there is shared ennervation that affects ejaculation or these structures are dam. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
32 yr old female. 40 lb weight loss, tailbone pain for 7 months, heavy rectal pressure, change in bowel habits. Possible colon cancer?
Colon cancer: 32 F. 40 lb weight loss, tailbone pain for 7 months, heavy rectal pressure, change in bowel habits. Possible colon cancer? ANS: Possible but not likely at your age unless you have strong FH of colon CA. I would tell y0ur Dr and have stool checked for blood and have rectal exam and then colonoscopy. Keep me posted. ...Read more
Small fresh blood, rectal pain and itching after bm..Had anal fissure 2 years ago...Is this hemmorroids?
Could be: Fissures are usually associated with pain during and after a bm. Your symptoms could very well be secondary to hemorrhoids. You would need an anorectal exam to identify the source and differentiate the 2. I would rcommend getting an exam by your primary md or a gi/colorectal surgeon if you have seen any in the past. ...Read more
Always bloated, constipated, sometimes blood on tissue, some abdominal pain. Worried about colon cancer 28 year old female.
Visit your doctor...: Visit your doctor soon to discuss these concerns. The symptoms can be seen in colon cancer, however, other non-cancerous things also have these symptoms. It's always good to be proactive about your health and have symptoms like this checked out. Colon cancer can be cured, but only of it's caught early enough before it spreads. Don't delay this visit. ...Read more
No way: Male circumcision is requirement by some religions & female so called 'circumcisions' by NO religions. Prevents phimosis in men, also reduces risk of UTIs in baby boys, easier to keep clean reduces & risk of STDs. In females is pure & simple mutilation as clitoris is amputated to prevent any future erotic sensation from sex or masturbation. Also severe risk of serious infection & hemorrhage. ? = ? ...Read more
See your doc: Maybe hemorrhoids, but 48 is close enough to 50 for "screening colonoscopy"- look for polyps-precancerous growths, in people with no symptoms (e.g. Bleeding, pain change in bowel habit), normal physical (no blood in stool, no lumps, tenderness), normal labs (no anemia). Colonoscopy to evaluate a symptom, e.g. Blood in stool is not screening. It is part of a diagnostic evaluation. Get colonoscopy. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
54 yr old female - umbilical area cramping, bloated - slight constipation/diarrhea-+ hemorrhoids and rectal bleeding-no fever or nausea?
Hello. : Hello. I can't diagnose the cause of your symptoms. However, one possibility is an anal fistula. An anal fistulae can present with many different symptoms: pain, bloody or purlent drainage, seepage of feces, itching of the anus. Similar symptoms might occur with a hemorrhoid. I recommend this be evaluated by a general surgeon. Take care. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
45 years old man suffers from constipation n rectal bleeding approx 8 9 drops.After stool.On usg there is rectal wall thickening.Wht is probable dx?
Rectal wall thickeni: Hope usg means ultra sonogram. 45 y m with rectal bleed, constipation and rectal wall thickening needs lab cea, ct scan, colonoscopy with biopsy to r/o proctitis, u. Colitis. Crohn's disease and cancer. See your doctor. Wish you good health. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Not if routine: Rectal bleeding following anal intercourse could be due to several causes. If the recipient is not accustomed to this practice. Or if the activity is exceptionally rough, and without proper lubrication and foreplay, there could be some tearing of the anal mucosa. Otherwise, bleeding could be an indication of internal or external hemorroids. If bleeding continues, consult with an appropriate dr. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer