Last updated: 2021-11-12 | 2598 Views |
The rectum is the last part of the large intestine where feces. It is stored before it leaves the body through the anus. When the anus or gland area becomes infected with bacteria Causing a hole to be implanted in the intestine where the pus is stored, forming a large abscess can occur around the anus It is more common in males than females.
Most cases are caused by bacteria from the anus to part of the rectum. These bacteria are found in the colon and outside the skin around the anus.
Prolonged throbbing pain in the anal area, possibly with fever, constipation, problems urinating Sometimes you find a red, swollen tumor.
From duty and physical examination blood and urine tests
The main treatment is surgery. Local anesthesia and surgery may be given at the outpatient department. If it is a deep abscess, you must stay in the hospital. and have a specialist surgeon perform the surgery give antibiotics Pain after surgery with a warm bath 3-4 times a day including taking painkillers Give stool softeners to prevent constipation. and reduce intestinal motility Complications that occur after surgery, such as incomplete wound healing Recurrent abscesses, fistulas, or chronic abscesses occur 4-6 weeks after surgery.
Things to do
It should be treated promptly as it may spread to other areas.
You should see a doctor if you have pain in your rectum and have a fever.
Tell your doctor if you notice a lump in your rectum and pus.
Tell your doctor if you have a fever or pain in your wound after surgery.
Do not ignore the warning signs Rush surgery before metastasis occurs.
Do not miss a doctor's appointment for follow-up treatment.