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Having severe rectal pain. History of rectal prolapse and had surgery. Reason of this pain?

hello I m a 34 yr old female with history of rectal prolapse and rectocele had surgery in 2008 and experiencing symptoms I had prior to surgery today have severe rectal pain urge for bm and used a suppostorie with no results should I be concerned? The pain and pressure is horrible pretty sure I prolapse again. I did have decent movement yesterday. y
Asked On : Wed, 1 Aug 2012
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Hi dont worry,there are so many conditions that mimic an prolapse. so dont panic ,see a surgeon who could do a rectal examination and would help further. i would like to know what kind of surgery was done .if you have had any recent constipation try treating the constipation as it would treat the symptoms. avoid the conditions that cause raised intraabdominal conditions.i some situations after a surgrery there is minimal amount of mucosal prolapse which is mostly asymptomatic.dont worry see a health
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