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Pregnant And Rectum Pain
I am 20 weeks pregnate and I have servere pressure in my rectum and vagina and my stomach is very hard.
When your due date arrives, you will be more than ready to have your baby! Most women deliver the baby somewhere between 37 and 42 weeks. According to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, only 5% of babies arrive on the exact due date. Approximately 7% of babies are not delivered by 42 weeks, and when that happens, it is referred to ...Read more
I went 2 go pee and noticed blood in toilett when I wiped I noticed it came from rectom. Prior I was feeling dizzy, nautious & weak. I'm not preagnat?
Rectum not normal?:
i may need you to rephrase your question.
But, the assumption I make is that your stool is frequent and/ or soft in the morning. It is very common to have a bowel movement at the same time every day. And, to have this happen when one first awakes is also very common.
But, if your stool is not formed you may have a parasite infection or a food allergy and this needs to be evaluated. ...Read more
Proctalgis: Proctalgia is rectal pain. Any injury can produce pain. Hemorrhoids, fissures and fistula can also cause rectal pain. Symptoms are generally due to spasm of the rectal muscles. Treatment may include warm baths, relaxation techniques, oral or injected medications if there is nothing to address surgically, see your doctor for more detailed history, exam & treatment. ...Read more
See doctor: It is not feasible to provide a meaningful answer without additional information and physical examination. Please consult your doctor as you should not have pain. ...Read more
Rectal bleeds: Bleeding per rectum may originate in the anal canal, the rectum, or further up the line. Frequent anal sources of bleeding include hemorrhoids & fissures, that may respond to modifying stool texture (fiber, softeners) and topical agents, or require further intervention. Similar bleeds can be seen with anal & rectal cancer, infections, ischemic colitis, diverticular bleeds, inflammatory bowel, etc. ...Read more
Before treatment...: Could you be referring to fissures, fistula, abscess? Sexually transmitted disease (syphilis, gc, hiv, etc.) should be considered. Hemorrhoids & rectal prolapse can appear as an outward bulging. Anal trauma of any kind may cause mechanical injury. Skin eruptions need to be considered. Evaluation is recommended to distinguish serious versus less concerning reasons for your problem before treatment. ...Read more
Yes: Yes, it is possible to get cancer of the rectum, and this can be a serious condition. If you have concerns about this you should get evaluated. To prevent, consider exercise, a healthy diet, a healthy weight, eating plenty of green vegetables, and getting regular screening. Symptoms like these deserve a full evaluation in person by your health care provider. ...Read more
Pruritus ani: Pruritus ani is a medical condition that causes an itchy rectum. A number of foods have been associated with this condition: spices, hor sauces, pepper, coffee, tea, carbonated beverages, milk products, tomatoes, tomato products, white bread. You may want to delete some of these foods and see it that helps. Other causes include pinworms, hemorrhoids, psoriasis, diabetes and yeast. ...Read more
In-sort of...: Technically, the rectum is the last 15 cm or so of the colon, but actually lives in the pelvis which is different anatomically from the abdomen, being bordered by the bony pelvic bones. The anus (often mistakenly called the rectum by laypeople) is the opening from the rectum to the outside. Hope this helps answer your question. ...Read more
4 stages: Stage I is a localized tumor without spread to other organs or the lymph nodes. Stage ii is a deeper tumor, into the muscular layers of the bowel or even outside the bowel, but not spread to distant organs or lymph nodes. Stage iii is a tumor that has involved the lymph nodes, but not distant organs. Stage IV is spread of tumor to organs far from the rectum, such as liver or lungs. ...Read more
Pains: There are a multitude of issues that can cause rectal/anal pain. These include a fissure (crack in the skin), abscess, thrombosed hemorrhoid and others. I would recommend seeing either your primary doctor or a surgeon for an exam. ...Read more
A swollen bump on the rectum is usually an external hemorrhoid. If it's painful use warm sitz baths and see your physician if it continues to bother you or it grows larger.
For a discussion of hemorrhoids type in search box just: bit. Ly/1vNeGSm ...Read more
May be harmless: I would monitor this for a few days. If it goes away, great! If not, or it changes, have a physician or other qualified person evaluate it. Things to be concerned about would be increased size, pain, tenderness or drainage from the area. ...Read more
Yes: After passing hard stool you may have torn the anal canal and a fissure formed. It may feel like a knife-like tearing pain followed by severe spasm lasting minute to hours. Get you non caffeine/non alcohol fluid up to 80-100oz per day, warm tub soaks 2-3 times per day and if not better in 2 weeks see a colon and rectal surgeon ...Read more
Probably: Hemorrhoids or a fissure. Let your pediatrician know and examine the child and if necessary refer to a pediatric GI doctor. If the child is constipated, they need to be taught to eat and drink properly. Rarely a juvenile polyp or hamartoma can be the cause and requires a colonoscopy to diagnose and remove. These are not cancerous polyps by the way. ...Read more
It is not: Lack of spontaneous lubrication is the biggest difference. Also the lining of the rectum and anus is more sensitive to infection and trauma than the vagina ...Read more
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