Rectal prolapse occurs when the rectum the last section of the large intestine falls from its normal position within the pelvic area and sticks out through the anus. The word "prolapse" means a falling down or slipping of a body part from its usual position. Rectal prolapse is common in older adults who have a long-term history of constipation or a weakness in the pelvic floor muscles. It is more common in women than in men, and even more common in women over the age of 50 postmenopausal women , but occurs in younger people too. Rectal prolapse can also occur in infants — which could be a sign of cystic fibrosis — and in older children.
Rectal prolapse occurs when the rectum becomes stretched out and protrudes from the anus. Rectal prolapse occurs when part of the large intestine's lowest section rectum slips outside the muscular opening at the end of the digestive tract anus. The prolapsed rectum can cause fecal incontinence. Rectal prolapse can sometimes be treated with stool softeners, suppositories and other medications.
Rectal prolapse is a medical condition in which the rectum starts to push through the anus. The rectum is that last part of your large intestine, and the anus is the opening through which stool exits your body. Rectal prolapse affects about 2. Women over 50 are six times more likely than men to have this condition.
Rectal prolapse is when part of the rectum protrudes from the anus. The rectum is the last part of the large intestine and is where feces is stored before being passed. Prolapse occurs when the rectum becomes unattached inside the body and comes out through the anus, effectively turning itself inside out.