Chinese Treatment and Surgery for Rectal Prolapse in Lahore:
It is more common in females than in males and even more common in ladies above the age of 50 (postmenopausal women) but befalls in younger individuals too. Rectal prolapse is common in older adults with a longstanding history of constipation or feebleness in the pelvic floor muscles. It can also transpire in infants, which can be a sign of cystic fibrosis and in older children too. We are providing you the effective rectal prolapse treatment at Lahore hospital with the help of our Chinese advance technology for painless surgery. For your quick relief and instant recovery we use traditional Chinese herbal medicines.
It befalls when the rectum (the last segment of the large intestine) tumbles from its normal location within the pelvic region. The term "rectal prolapse" can designate three kinds of prolapse:
The whole rectum prolongs out of the anus
Only a slice of the rectal lining is pushed via the anus
The rectum begins to drop away but does not extend out of the anus (internal prolapse)
What Are The Symptoms Of Rectal Prolapse?
There are numerous factors that bring about its development. The symptoms take account of the feeling of a protuberance or the appearance of reddish-colored mass that prolongs outside the anus. Initially, this can transpire during or after bowel movements and is a provisional condition. However, over time, owing to a normal amount of standing and walking, the end of the rectum may hang out from the anal channel and needs to be pressed back up into the anus by hand. Other symptoms of rectal prolapse contain pain in the anus and rectum and rectal bleeding from the internal lining of the rectum. These are seldom life-threatening symptoms. Fecal incontinence is another sign. Fecal incontinence is the leakage of mucus, blood or stool from the anus. This occurs on account of the rectum extending the anal muscle. Symptoms alter as the rectal prolapse itself progresses.