Proctology for Rectal Prolapse

Proctology Treatment for Rectal Prolapse includes following

Rectal prolapse is a condition in which the last part of the colon—the rectum—moves out of place. The rectum may protrude from the anus, or it may shift out of place internally.

Rectal prolapse may only happen during bowel movements—“partial prolapse”— or prolapsed tissue may protrude from the anus all the time—“complete prolapse”.This condition can cause discomfort and leakage of stool, called fecal incontinence.

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