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Rectal Prolapse

Rectal Prolapse - Symptoms

Rectal Prolapse - How to prevent?

Rectal Prolapse - Causes and Risk Factors

Causes of rectal prolapse

Several factors contribute to the development of rectal prolapse. Repeated straining at stools or stresses during childbirth plays a role. With ageing, there is weakening of the tissues that support the rectum and weakening of the muscles of the anus. In some cases, neurological problems, such as spinal cord injury or spinal cord disease, can lead to prolapse. In most cases, however, no single cause can be identified.

Rectal Prolapse - Preparing for surgery

Rectal Prolapse - Post-surgery care

Rectal Prolapse - Other Information

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