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I have intermittent anal sphincter spasms...Why?
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Dr. Eric Teitel
Internal Medicine - Gastroenterology
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In brief: Proctalgia fugax
Is a conditon that effects many americans.
It is episodic anal pain, and its cause is unknown. It is a benign condition, usually the spasm is of short duration. I've found that reducing caffeine in some people is helpful.

In brief: Proctalgia fugax
Is a conditon that effects many americans.
It is episodic anal pain, and its cause is unknown. It is a benign condition, usually the spasm is of short duration. I've found that reducing caffeine in some people is helpful.
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