• mucus
  • Normal rectal mucus is needed for proper excretion of waste. (wikipedia.org)
  • Mucous discharges can be thought of in three broad categories: Normal physiologically produced mucus Inappropriately expressed physiologically produced mucus (e.g. in the presence of sphincter defects, or lesions preventing normal sphincter closure, allowing seepage or soiling) Mucus produced in pathological quantities (e.g. from a lesion, or generalized coloproctitis or as a result of bacterial overgrowth) A mucous rectal discharge may be blood-streaked. (wikipedia.org)
  • Stomach
  • When the hiatus is enlarged, the stomach can bulge up into the chest causing symptoms such as heartburn, regurgitation, reflux, chest pain, and trouble swallowing. (bmtpartner.co.uk)
  • These types of hernia can be more dangerous because they are not always associated with symptoms and can result in the stomach tissue becoming twisted off from its blood supply resulting in "strangulation" of the stomach. (bmtpartner.co.uk)
  • rectum
  • Tenesmus indicates the feeling of a residue, and is not always correlated with the actual presence of residual fecal matter in the rectum. (wikipedia.org)
  • perianal
  • Although not exactly the same as rectal discharge, perianal discharge can be misinterpreted as such, given the anatomical proximity. (wikipedia.org)
  • patients
  • The purpose of this study is to determine the safe and efficacious dose of Euphorbia prostrata for control of per rectal bleeding in patients with first and second degree hemorrhoids. (clinicaltrials.gov)
  • disease
  • In most cases people have mild symptoms such as heartburn or gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD due to the structural changes associated with the hiatal or paraesophageal hernia. (bmtpartner.co.uk)
  • sometimes
  • It is a widely used form of drug where oral or injection forms are not practical and sometimes the rectal route of administration is preferred. (healthhype.com)