Reader Huan Qiuhong
Regarding the situation you mentioned, there are actually many conditions that can cause it, such as: pelvic floor viscera, rectal mucosal prolapse, internal hemorrhoids or mixed hemorrhoids in the third stage, patients with long-term diarrhea, or patients who often use laxatives for constipation. Patients with a history of anal orifice surgery, etc. For middle-aged and elderly women, due to physiological structure and childbirth and other reasons, with age, the body will undergo some corresponding degenerative changes, for example, the entire internal organs will decline There is a tendency, especially when fatigue, when the anus is not fully closed due to the sphincter muscles, and a small amount of air will appear, and the drainage cannot be completely controlled. Although sometimes the amount is not large, it can also affect the quality of life, and even cause patients to dare not go out, reducing daily social activities.
Normally, in addition to regular anal finger examinations, regular examinations also require a series of tests, such as anal canal tension testing, to assess the function of the sphincter; electromyography tests to see if there are neurological problems; colonoscopy Excluding rectal adenomas and other problems, of course, the most clinically encountered hemorrhoids prolapse, leading to part of the intestinal mucus outflow, especially when fatigue. Therefore, it does not seem appropriate to diagnose your symptoms at present. If possible, you can go to the anorectal disease specialist for a detailed test.
Through testing, if the possibility of malignant diseases is ruled out, some of the above-mentioned benign diseases can be cured by medication, and some can also be relieved by medication and improving living habits. For example, actively treat the symptoms of internal hemorrhoids and intramucosal prolapse, regulate the stomach and intestines, pay attention to rest, avoid long walks, carry heavy objects, sit for a long time for a long time, and exercise levator anus appropriately. In addition, we must adjust our mood, correctly understand and treat some degenerative changes that occur with age, and minimize its impact on life.
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