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Why fecal matter gets collected between rectum and anus?

Why would fecal matter be collecting between the rectum and the anus . Sort of makes an adult feel like they are wearing a diaper that is full. Why would fecal matter be collecting between the rectum and the anus. Sort of makes an adult feel like they are wearing a diaper that is full. No incontinence , no descention, no bleeding, no diarrhea , no burning. It just occasionally collects there and has to be helped out. Age 56, overweight, otherwise healthy. Female. No previous injuries. Have delivered four children. No problems afterwards. Thanks.
Asked On : Thu, 26 Apr 2012
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please write clearlyyour problem if you have constipation then take milk and leafy vegetables and milk in night otherwise faecus is always collected above in rectum sigmoid colon and we fee pressure or urge to defecate when it comes to rectal anus area.
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