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Rectocele-Enterocele Treatment

Rectocele-Enterocele Treatment

The rectocele is called the bombardment of the last part of the large intestine (rectum) by swelling to the posterior wall of the vagina. It is a common condition, especially in women, after childbirth, and often does not lead to complaints because it does not show symptoms. From other organs in the pelvic cavity, the bladder (cystocele) or small intestines (enterocele) can hernias into the vagina, creating similar problems. Those who want to be rectocele - entresol therapy can observe the symptoms and make an appointment at our equipped and specialized Office.

Conditions Requiring Rectocele - Entrossel Therapy

For rectocele-Entrosele treatment, it is usually necessary to cause the pelvic floor muscles to weaken, along with thinning and weakening of the rectovaginal septum, the connective tissue that separates the rectum and vagina November. Many reasons can lead to this condition:

  • Normal vaginal delivery,
  • Birth Trauma (use of forceps or vacuum, rupture or episiotomy)
  • Long-standing history of constipation
  • Excessive straining during defecation
  • Gynecology or rectal operations
  • Most small rectocellae do not cause complaints. In the presence of a large rectocele, a swelling that usually comes to the hand in the vagina is noticed.

Vaginal birth of one or more children increases your risk of prolapse by contributing to the weakening of your pelvic floor support structures. The more pregnancies are passed, the greater the risk of developing pelvic organ prolapse. Women who only give birth by cesarean section are less likely to develop prolapse.

Small bowel prolapse and other pelvic organ prolapse are more common as age increases. As you get older, the muscles and other muscles of the pelvic mass and you tend to lose the power of Nov Nov.

Vaginal birth of one or more children increases your risk of prolapse by contributing to the weakening of your pelvic floor support structures. The more pregnancies are passed, the greater the risk of developing pelvic organ prolapse. Women who only give birth by cesarean section are less likely to develop prolapse.

Small bowel prolapse and other pelvic organ prolapse are more common as age increases. As you get older, the muscles and other muscles of the pelvic mass and you tend to lose the power of Nov Nov.

Undergoing obstetric surgery, taking your uterus (hysterectomy), or surgical procedures to treat incontinence can increase your risk of developing small bowel prolapse.
Increased abdominal pressure, being overweight increases the pressure in your abdomen, which increases your risk of developing small bowel prolapse. Other factors that increase pressure include ongoing (chronic) coughing and decaying during bowel movements.

Smoking is associated with the development of prolapse. Because smokers often cough and increase abdominal pressure.
For unknown reasons, white women are at higher risk of developing pelvic organ prolapse.

Connective tissue disorders, you may be genetically prone to prolapse due to weak connective tissues in your pelvic area. This, in turn, naturally makes you more susceptible to small bowel prolapse and another pelvic organ prolapse.

Rectal complaints:

  • Depending on the severity of the disease, it can range from a feeling of fullness and pressure in the lower abdomen to a mass coming out of the vagina to the hand.
  • To go to the toilet, the need to manually press the swollen part of the vagina or the area between the vagina / decongest
  • Excessive straining when going to the toilet
  • Need to defecate several times a day
  • Constipation
  • Breech pain
  • Vaginal complaints
  • Pain during sexual intercourse
  • Vaginal bleeding
  • The feeling of fullness in the vagina

How Is Rectocele-Entrosele Treated?

If patients have complaints that affect their daily lives, rectocele-entresol therapy should be performed. Before treatment, an assessment should be made in terms of diseases that may cause complaints other than rectocele. Surgical and non-surgical treatment methods are available.

Non-Surgical Treatment

It is aimed to develop daily comfortable defecation habits and to go to the toilet with a soft consistency. Preventing constipation and pushing during defecation reduces the risk of developing rectocele-related swelling.

Surgical Treatment

Surgical methods can be used when non-surgical methods are insufficient and rectocele continues to interfere with the patient's daily life and work. Abdominal, rectal, or vaginal methods can be used for this purpose. The size of the rectocele and the appropriate method for its complaint are selected. The aim of this is to remove the tissue associated with the rectocele, to strengthen the weakened connective tissue between the rectum and vagina using the surrounding tissues or patch method. Decongestant of the tissue is to remove the tissue associated with the rectocele.

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