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Rectal Descent and Rectal Prolapse

Rectal Prolapse: Symptoms, Treatment, and More

A rectal prolapse is when part of your rectum back passage slides out through your anus the opening in your bottom , forming a lump. You may only get the rectal prolapse when you're having a bowel movement at first, but eventually it might be there all the time. Having a rectal prolapse can be uncomfortable and interfere with your daily life. It may slide out through your anus the opening in your bottom. If you have a rectal prolapse, the most obvious symptom is having a lump or swelling coming out of your anus. Eventually it may be there all the time. But if you have any of them, contact your GP.

Rectal Prolapse

Written and peer-reviewed by physicians—but use at your own risk. Read our disclaimer. Rectal prolapse is the protrusion of rectal mucosa mucosal prolapse or the entire rectum full-thickness prolapse through the anal opening. While mucosal prolapse is more common in children, full-thickness prolapse occurs more commonly in adults.
Some people have great difficulty emptying their rectum due to what is called rectal descent. Rectal descent is a problem that appears to be related to childbirth. When a women gives birth, the normal attachments of the rectum to the lower backbone may get stretched or torn. This tearing allows the rectum to fall into the pelvis where it assumes a horizontal position. The front of the rectum can fall into the top of the anal canal and block the anal opening.