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23Age 23 Male, Partial rectal prolapse since 6 years. Diagnosed by 3 doctors. All suggest different surgery. 1. Wire wind around anus. 2. Rubber band.(i couldn't understand) 3. MIPS (Minimal invasive. Surgery) stapling of rectal wall. I can't understand what to go for. I have fear of recurrence of the problem even after surgery as it happens in rectal surgeries. Please suggest a permanent or if not so the most appropriate method. Pls help me. I am as living in a hell due to this problem.* colonoscopy was normal * no bleeding in motion * no piles or such as I have been diagnosed .Haven't undergone any surgery yet. This problem happened to me because of constipation and exerting pressure while defecating. However now I do not constipation at all. No current medications, but I took some ayurvedic medicine, and some allopathic medicines prescribed by gastroenterologist but to no relief. One I remember was fybogel, other was a tablet for gas as I had seen on net.

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23Age 23 Male, Partial rectal prolapse since 6 years. Dia...
To reduce constipation you have to take high fiber diet and minimally invasive surgery is the best and there will be no recurrence.
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