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No anaesthesia  and no side effects related to anaesthesia (Only Simple Local Anesthesia)

Since there is no surgery, there is no need for pre-treatment tests or analysis, and hunger or satiety does not interfere with treatment.

No incisions and stitches.

Since tissues are not damaged, healing is rapid.

They are able to return to their daily activities on same day as treatment.

It does not require a hospital stay as it is as comfortable and quick as tooth fillings.

Less pain after non-surgical laser treatment.

Complications after the treatment are not normally observed. (stool or gas incontinence, severe pain…)

It can also be applied to patients with chronic diseases.

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We treat patients who have been scheduled for surgery with non-surgical laser techniques using our 17 years of experience and expertise.

We follow all relevant information and developments in the field of proctology from domestic and foreign sources, and also apply our unique special treatment technology with innovative developments in this area.

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    What is Anal Prolapse (Rectal Prolapse)?

    The rectum, which is described as the closest part and the last part of the large intestine to the anal region, The prolapse and herniation from the anal region is called anal prolapse (rectal prolapse).
    As a result of rectal prolapse, mucus or stool may come after the weakening of the muscles which holds stool and called the sphincter. This disorder is more common in women, is also seen in women who give birth very often.
    Rectal prolapse, which is mostly seen between the ages of 1-4 in children and after the age of 45 in adults, should be treated by a specialist doctor after examination.

    What Causes Anal Prolapse (Rectal Prolapse)?

    The underlying cause of rectal prolapse is largely chronic constipation. The complaint of long-lasting and constantly recurring constipation makes the anus a little harder each time because of the excessive straining it brings.
    This process creates rectal prolapse disease over time. It is effective in the formation of rectal prolapse as well as in chronic diarrhea. Due to the constant need for defecation, the patient constantly goes to the toilet and performs unnecessary straining.
    As a result, breech sagging may occur. In addition, many normal deliveries in women also cause rectal prolapse. Apart from these, the reasons that cause rectal prolapse are as follows;

    • The need for unnecessary straining for defecation that has become a habit
    • Persistent coughing due to chronic obstructive pulmonary disease
    • Continuous use of laxative drugs by patients suffering from chronic constipation
    • Relaxation of the muscles that hold the stool due to advancing age
    • Urinary incontinence due to pelvic floor dysfunction
    • Rarely, hereditary causes
    • Cystic fibrosis disease
    • After spinal cord injuries
    • Parasite and bacillus dysentery bacteria
    • Anus sagging can be seen as a result of some neurological diseases.

    What are the Symptoms of Rectal Prolapse?

    In rectal prolapse, the muscles used for defecation cannot fully function. In addition, the symptoms continue to increase due to the deformation that is contrary to the anatomy in the breech region. As a result of all this, the following symptoms could be observed; • The complaint of constipation seen in rectal prolapse is more common in middle-aged patients.

    • Due to the feeling of incomplete emptying of the stool, the patient needs the toilet constantly. The patient who frequently goes to the toilet causes the disease to progress by pushing constantly.
    • The patient, who constantly feels the need to defecate and strain, cannot spend much time outside due to this situation. Social life is negatively affected.
    • Gas incontinence and fecal incontinence problems called fecal incontinence are among the common complaints in rectal prolapse. It is more common especially in middle-aged patients. The complaint of gas and fecal incontinence develops due to the stretching of the intestine that goes out of the anus.

    Difficulty in defecation due to deformed bowel is another complaint seen in patients with rectal prolapse.

    How is Rectal Prolapse Treated?

    In the case of rectal prolapse, which is usually diagnosed during the examination performed by a specialist proctologist, intestinal prolapse can also be detected during the examination. In such a case, the specialist doctor pushes the intestine inside and fastens it with a plaster so that edema does not develop in the area in question. In cases where the intestine is excessively prolapsed, it can block the lymphatic vessels and develop an edema here, and if left untreated, it may cause necrosis (decay) in the intestine.

    Defecography: It is a radiological examination technique used in cases such as occult or internal rectal prolapse in patients. Images are taken with tomography and MRI defecography during bowel movements. With these images, rectal prolapse can be displayed.

    ERUS (Endoscopic Rectal Ultrasonography): It is a particularly useful method in patients undergoing surgical refitment. It is done by a radiologist.

    Pelvic MRI: It is done with the aim of obtaining information about the current status of the pelvic floor muscles and breech muscles. If there is damage to these muscles, it can be easily seen on MRI.

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