What exercises are safe when having rectal prolapse?

Most. Just avoid exercises that result in increased abdominal pressure or straining as well as squating. .

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Is it safe to exercise if you have rectal prolapse or will this make it worse?

Exercises. Avoid abrupt, heavy weight lifting and bouncing. Pelvic tilt exercises, abdominal strengthening, inner thigh exercises and slow lunges all improve pelvic floor muscles. Read more...

Are lower back exercises safe when you have rectal prolapse?

Safe use. Prudent no. Actually low back exercises are rarely necessary- its a strong muscle to begin with, but any such exercises should be done with legs together and with no weight to minimize impact. Work your abs by standing back against the wall and feet our 4 inches, push your low back into wall with your abs and hold. Read more...
Yes. You won't make it worse, but prolapse needs to be addressed. Read more...

Can kegel exercises prevent early rectal prolapse from continuing?

Probably not ... Kegel exercise, of no doubt, will strengthen the muscle power around the anus and pelvic floor of men or women. But its preventive effect has not been studied for teenagers, as I have known. Remember everything happening to us always results from multiple factors although some factors may be identified as precipitating ones. Meanwhile, practice healthy lifestyle and avoid overindulgence... Read more...

Is it safe to wlk and stand for up to an hour following laproscopic rectal prolapse surgery? Also, is it normal to experience bleeding/a smear or so?

YES. Yes, early ambulation is key to most Surgical procedures to prevent DVT, pneumonia, ileus etc... If a resection was done with the surgery you had, there will always be a small amount of bleeding early on with BMs. Read more...

I have a rectal prolapse with the rectum pushing out into the vagina when the rectum is full, I have been doing pelvic floor exercises?

Rectocele. Technically rectal prolapse is defined as when all the layers of the rectum come out beyond the anal verge, what you describe sounds more like a rectocele. Usually a colon and rectal surgeon will work this up with a voiding proctogram, and depending on findings may refer you for biofeedback to re teach you to relax your pelvic floor muscles. Read more...

I have rectal ulcer with rectal prolapse am taking pentasa (mesalamine) for 3 months but my doctor advise me to do pelvic floor exercises why? And how to do it?

Pelvic floor excerci. The pelvic floor exercise will help reducing the prolapse while Pentasa (mesalamine) helps with treating the ulcer. Read more...
Pelvic strengthen . You have rectal prolapse. Your doctor wants you to strengthen your supporting muscles so perhaps your prolapse will not recur. Ask your doctor for help and use your local library for pelvis exercise books. If it recurs you may need surgery. Try amazon books? Hope this helps. Read more...