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Rectocele | ASCRS vaginal bowel


A rectovaginal fistula is an abnormal connection between the lower portion of your large intestine — your rectum — and your vagina. Bowel contents can leak through the fistula, allowing gas or stool to pass through your vagina. Talk with your doctor if you have signs and symptoms.

Posterior vaginal prolapse is also called a rectocele (REK-toe-seel). through the vaginal opening; Difficulty having a bowel movement.

Vaginal or urinary tract infections that keep coming back; Hygiene problems; Stool or gas that leaks through the vagina; Irritated or inflamed.

The rectum is the bottom section of your colon (large intestine). Vaginal deliveries; Trauma from vaginal delivery (e.g. the use of forceps or vacuum during.

A vaginal fistula is a tract or hole that has opened up from the vaginal wall and connects with another organ in the body. The most common types of vaginal.