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What are the symptoms of an internal prolapse? How can it be identified? I see the inner rectum when straining, is it an internal prolapse?
88 yr old female has inflamed tissue extending from rectum from straining to have a bowel movement. How long does it take for tissue to withdraw?
My Colorectal surgeon as warned me I am in danger of my rectum telescoping if I strain my Bm's. Can you explain what this is?
I was doing a whole lot of heavy lifting today and when I was taking a shower.I bled from my rectum (not alot) could this be because of a strain ?
BRBPR: This may just be hemorrhoids from straining but bleeding from rectum (BRBPR) may also indicate anal fissures, proctitis (due to infection, inflammatory bowel disease, radiation therapy, stercoral ulcers, rectal prolapse, trauma, etc.) or a bleeding source further upstream. Depending on your age, risk factors, current medication (aspirin, NSAIDs, anticoagulants can cause bleeding), see your doctor. ...Read more
Getting urge but only a bit of narrow or nothing comes out without straining
70% of time not narrow
Normal BM daily
Had brief pain in rectum
If i strain myself as hard as i can a small portion of my inner rectum is shown. Is this a partial mucuosal prolapse? And the cause of my fecalbo ?
Anal muscles. : Yes. The anal sphincter is muscular in nature and very innervated (consider how these nerves allow people to distinguish between gas, solid stool and liquid stool). This muscular complex like others can be strained with consequential pain. Other common sources of pain with or following defection are hemorrhoids or an anal fissure, which is a small tear of the tissue making up the anal lining. ...Read more
28 male. 9 mo constant dull burning sensation in anus/rectum. Difficulty emptying, fullness sensation, strain. Clear colonoscopy. What could it be?
Can a woman have an enlarged prostate? I have to strain so hard to pass urine, it hurts my head.. I just discovered a very sticky, clear substance lining my rectum.There are other symptoms but these are the 2 that worry me.
My 3 week old. Has been straining a lot to have a bm. He is not constipated anymore, but is bleeding from his rectum. I put vaseline on it to soothe a little bit, is there something else I should do? Why would he be bleeding? Could it be the constipati
Usually a fissure: A fissure or crack in the anal opening is relatively common in infants who have a hard or over-sized bm. It over stretches the skin causing the fissure.This would produce strings or puddles of bright red blood. It would often appear on the outside surface of a stool. Blood from further inside the bowel would be partially broken down to a darker color. Vasaline is ok, have checked if continues. ...Read more