About Me: Male, 34, Waukegan, IL, member since Mar 2009
I have been suffering from incomplete evacation, rectal pressure, spasms for more than 7 years now. I gave up looking for the solution 3 years ago. But recently I could not take it anymore. So I gave it a try one more time. I have undergone a test called defecography an
[More]d diagnosed with Anismus. It means the puborectalis sling is contracting when it is supposed to be relaxing. It is a weird condition and tough to treat. Doc told me to undergo Biofeedback therapy. If anybody has undergone biofeedback therapy please help!
Just a quick note to say hi!
I'm from India. I was searching for somebody suffering from the same problem as i am.Please help me to get rid of this problem. No doctor is taking it seriously. One doctor had given me tenovate cream. But it is not working well for me. How r u now. Whether this problem is still persisting or gone?????????? Plz do reply
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