Why Does The Discharge From The Anus Turn Brown And Smell?
I want to ask, I am coming out of the liquid from the anus, brownish and somewhat smelly, it’s already been 3 years when I gave birth after it was dangerous or not.
Hello, thanks for the question.
The discharge from the genital area should be ascertained in advance, whether the fluid comes out of the anus, vagina, or from the urinary tract. Anus is an organ where expenditure leftovers that are not absorbed by the body, generally does not release fluid. If discharge from the anus should be noted if there are other complaints that accompany such as lumps out, bleeding in the bowel, pain during bowel movements, and so forth. If complaints arise after giving birth, fistulas or fissures from the vagina or urinary tract can be suspected, especially if there is frequent mucus or urine from the anus, or recurring urinary tract infections or vaginal discharge that smells, itches, and changes color. Apart from fistulas, other possibilities that can cause brownish discharge are anal infection, inflammation of the anus, and so on. If the complaint is felt disturbing you should consult a general practitioner first or directly to the doctor of internal medicine, the doctor will ask questions about complaints, physical examination, and supporting examinations if needed. The doctor may perform digital rectal examination, endoscopy, etc., this examination is a little uncomfortable for the patient, but it should be done because it is important to establish the diagnosis. Handling will be adjusted to clinical conditions and causes of complaints. The doctor may give medicines to reduce complaints and suggest referring to the surgeon for surgery. It is better not to delay seeing a doctor if a complaint is disturbing and has been going on for a long time and there is no improvement.
Thus, hopefully it helps.