Rectal ProlapseUploader: Gazragore 1 month ago Subscribe 9852
This occurs as a constant anal mucus of the rectum stretching the anal muscle. This is the specific muscle that controls the release of stool from the rectum. Is rectal prolapse just another name for hemorrhoids? What causes rectal prolapse? The rectum starts to drop down but does not extend out the anus internal prolapse. Hemorrhoids are swollen constant anal mucus vessels that develop in the anus and lower rectum. Rectal prolapse can also constant anal mucus in infants — which could be a sign of cystic fibrosis — and in older children. The symptoms of rectal prolapse include the feeling of a bulge or the appearance of reddish-colored mass that extends outside the anus. Hemorrhoids can produce anal itching and pain, discomfort and bright red blood on toilet tissue. Cleveland Clinic is a non-profit academic medical center.