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Rectal Prolapse (cont.)

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With timely and appropriate treatment, most people who undergo surgery experience few or no symptoms related to rectal prolapse after surgery. However, several factors, including age, severity of the prolapse, type of surgical approach, and general health, contribute to the quality and speed of a person's recovery.

Medically Reviewed by a Doctor on 5/21/2014
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