Man’s Rectum Slips Out Of His Anus While Mobile Gaming On The Toilet For 30 Minutes

A prolapsed rectum isn’t impossible and has been known to occur in both men and women. It is a condition where part of the large intestine slips outside the anus. It can be a problematic condition with no control over leaky stools, pain and others. Perhaps this is what one man went through in China when his rectum slipped out of his anus all because he spent an unusually long time on the potty gaming!!

1Rectum slips out of his anus while trying to poop

The man from southeast China who preferred to remain anonymous was rushed to hospital after his rectum slipped out of his backside after spending half an hour on the potty. As per a doctor’s statement, he was gaming while trying to poop and that’s when his rectum slipped out in a clear case of prolapsed rectum.

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2He suffered a rectal prolapse while gaming on the toilet

The man had to undergo surgery after which a huge mass measuring 16 centimetres and sticking out of his anus was removed. The incident which took place in Zhongshang Guangdong Province was an unusual one for the doctor. The man had been trying to poop for over half an hour while gaming on the toilet when he suffered a rectal prolapse.

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3Required surgery to remove the huge mass

Ultimately surgeons were successful in removing the 16 cm mass that was the prolapsed part of his large intestine sticking out of his anus.

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4What doctors had to say

The treating doctor Su Dan of the sixth affiliated hospital of Sun Yat Sen University revealed the man’s condition whom he said was suffering from a prolapsed rectum. He also mentioned that the case was a severe one where the doctor had revealed that the man had suffered such problems before since childhood but had not treated it making it worse.

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