Anal ulcers

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Treatment for rectal ulcers depends on the severity of your symptoms and whether you have another condition, such as inflammatory bowel disease. Many rectal ulcers get better with dietary changes to relieve constipation and lifestyle changes to improve bowel habits. If you have an inflammatory bowel disease such as ulcerative colitis, your doctor will recommend a treatment plan. Your plan may include a combination of prescription anti-inflammatory drugs, immunosuppressant drugs and dietary changes. Rectal prolapse is a condition where part of the rectum protrudes sticks out from the anus. If rectal prolapse is causing your rectal ulcers, you may need a surgical procedure called a rectopexy to repair your rectum.

Rectal Ulcers

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In patients with anal fissures or anal ulceration, treatment with the drug nicorandil should be considered as a possible cause. Nicorandil is widely used to treat angina, particularly in patients with severe coronary vessel disease. Anal ulceration is a recognised side effect of its use, 1 2 but the association between the two is not widely appreciated. We want to alert primary care practitioners, general physicians, dermatologists, cardiologists, and surgeons who may encounter such cases of the importance of this association. A 73 year old man was referred to our department with a one year history of rectal bleeding, mucus discharge, and anal pain. Associated conditions included diabetes mellitus, hypertension, hypercholesterolaemia, and severe ischaemic heart disease.

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Solitary rectal ulcer syndrome is a condition that occurs when one or more open sores ulcers develop in the rectum. The rectum is a muscular tube connected to the end of your colon. Stool passes through the rectum on its way out of the body.
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