Treatment For Inflammation Of The Rectum?
How to treat chronic inflammation of rectal mucosal fluid? Impact and what to do?
Hello Maharani Dian,
The rectum is the final part of the large intestine which empties into the anus. Inflammation of the rectum mucosa is called proctitis. Proctitis causes the following symptoms:
Bleeding from the anus Pain is not complete after CHAPTER Mucus discharge like snot from the anus Pain in the rectum Abdominal pain especially in the lower left Full feeling in the rectum / anus Diarrhea There are many conditions that can cause proctitis for example:
Infection, caused by bacteria from food, for example typhoid fever; can also be due to sexually transmitted infections in people who have anal sex supporting stool analysis, sigmoidoscopy / colonoscopy, examination of sexually transmitted infections, rectal tissue biopsy. Proctitis can cause complications such as anemia (due to chronic rectal bleeding), formed wounds in the rectum mucosa, and formed fistulas (abnormal channels) such as between the rectum with the skin or even the vaginal canal.
Proctitis therapy is tailored to the underlying cause found from the examination. If specific infections are found, antibiotics or antivirals are given with the appropriate type and duration. If caused by inflammatory bowel disease, the doctor will give anti-inflammatory drugs, immunosuppressants, or perform surgery. Mild inflammation can improve with time, patients can be given stool softeners.
Patients are also advised to do the following:
Avoid eating spicy foods, too acidic, and too fatty Drinking enough water Using condoms during anal sex Avoiding alcohol, dairy products, caffeine Omega-3 supplementation, probiotics, vitamins C and E Please consult further directly with the treating doctor You get the appropriate therapy for the case of rectal inflammation that you are experiencing. Thus the explanation from me, hopefully useful.