Inflammation of the anus (the opening) and lining of the rectum (lower part of the intestine leading to the anus). Symptoms of proctitis can vary greatly. One may at first have only minor problems. Proctitis affects the last 6 inches of the rectum and can cause the following:
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2. Mainly due to the imbalance of yin (negative) and yang (positive) force in the body.
3. Excessive heavy weight lifting up and down movement.
4. Pain during a bowel movement
5. Soreness in the anal and rectal area
6. Feeling that you didn't completely empty the bowels after a bowel movement
7. Involuntary muscle spasms and cramping during bowel movements
8. Dysentery is the main cause of Proctitis
9. Body unbalance.
1. pain in the rectum, anus, and abdominal region
2. bleeding from the rectum
3. passing mucus from the rectum
4. very loose stools
6. The most common symptom is that you feel a continuing urge to have a bowel movement. Your rectum could feel "full." Or you could have constipation (unable to have a bowel movement).
7. You may have minor symptoms such as tenderness in the anal region and mild irritation of the rectum.
8. More serious symptoms may occur, such as pus and blood in discharge accompanied by severe cramps and pain during bowel movements.
9. If you have severe bleeding associated with proctitis, you may develop anemia (from loss of blood). Anemia can cause you to have pale skin, irritability, weakness, dizziness, brittle nails, and shortness of breath.
10. The most common symptom of proctitis is called tenesmus. Tenesmus is a frequent urge to have a bowel movement. Inflammation and irritation of the rectum and rectal lining create tenesmus.
11. Other symptoms of proctitis include.
1. People who receive anal sex can avoid getting STD-related proctitis by having their partner use a condom. If anorectal trauma caused proctitis, stopping the activity that triggered inflammation often will stop the inflammation and prevent recurrence.
2. Other causes of proctitis cannot always be prevented. However, their symptoms can be treated by a doctor.
3. Some simple lifestyle changes may relieve proctitis pain.
4. A soft, bland diet can reduce proctitis pain. Avoid spicy, acidic, or fatty foods during bouts of diarrhea.
5. Drink plenty of fluids, but avoid caffeinated sodas, coffees, and teas. Drinking eases the passage of stool. It also prevents dehydration from frequent, loose stools. Caffeine can irritate the digestive system.
6. Pay attention to the timing of your symptoms. You may be intolerant to lactose, if your symptoms are more pronounced after consuming dairy products. It may help to switch to lactose-free or soymilk.
7. Use a condom during anal sex. This reduces your risk of contracting a sexually transmitted infection.
1. Apply special medicines inside the anus its help to remove inflammation around the anus.
2. Oral tablet with water for 7 days or requirement.
3. Anal size become normal position.
4. No need to do operation.
5. Proctitis all symptoms go away within 5 days.
6. No restriction on diet before and after the treatment.
7. Patient anal pain and acidity legs or body pain recover within 5 minutes or 5 hours depend patient ability or condition.