Anal sphincter cramp

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Proctalgia is pain due to a spasm of the pelvic floor muscles, the muscles of the anal sphincter, or the muscles of the rectum. This causes severe stabbing pain like a knife sticking into the rectum. This type of pain may originate without warning. It may vary in severity and duration. It may pass quickly or might last much longer.

Proctalgia

Proctalgia Fugax: Causes, Symptoms and Treatment

Rectal spasms proctalgia fugax can cause pain in the rectum. The cause of the spasms is unknown. Most people who have rectal spasms have episodes of sharp pain or severe cramps that last from several seconds to several minutes. The episodes may occur several times a year.

Proctalgia Fugax and Anal Pain

Proctalgia fugax and levator ani syndrome are conditions which cause anal pain. Proctalgia fugax is a fleeting pain in the anus, lasting less than 20 minutes, with no symptoms whatsoever inbetween episodes. Levator ani syndrome is a pain which lasts for longer, but for which no other cause is found. Your anus is the very end of your gut, and where it opens out on your bottom.
Proctalgia fugax fugax-fleeting is characterized by brief episodes of rectal pain. Although a common problem, information regarding this disorder is limited because the published medical literature consists mostly of anecdotal reports and small case series. Rectal pain is the defining characteristic of proctalgia. Proctalgia occurs unpredictably and without warning. Patients may describe the pain as sharp, stabbing, twisting, cramping, or lancinating in nature.