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Diltiazem
Oct 3, 2008
... Hi, I've used the nitro ointment and nifedipine ointment for an anal fissure, the nitro gives you an instant headache. They both help to relax the sphincter muscle but for me that relaxation didn't last very long. Anal spasms can be very painful and last a long time. ... (5 replies)
Hemorrhoidectomy
Aug 27, 2003
... this was what the doctor said, as this helped the muscles to relax to go. ... (996 replies)
... prolapses. Do not push on your abdomen to force BM's to pass. Try taking 10 slow deep breaths and holding it to the count of 15 and slowly exhale. This helps to relax your rectal and anal sphincter muscles making it easier to pass a BM without straining and it doesn't hurt either ! ... (2 replies)

... Get a referral from your primary care doctor for a Gastroenterologist. Don't panic because that could make your problem worse by your rectal and anal sphincter muscles tightening up instead of relaxing when you're trying to move your bowels. ... (3 replies)
... Been through biofeedback and things got worse the anal Stimulator they used made me tighten instead of relax and and I had hernia surgery and the doc cut 2 nerves . Now no urge just a movement all at once and my sphincter then locks up. ... (11 replies)
Backed up stool
Jun 27, 2013
... Anybody have backed up stool anal sphincter won't relax have to strain to go can go all at once with no urge leaving stool in the rectum . ... (0 replies)
Backed up poop
May 25, 2013
... Anal sphincter won't relax can't pass softs or liguid dont about if miralax will work anymore lower gut is in so much pain now I can feel it up to my chest now (2 replies)
... Flipfury I tried your suggestion, I have a non relaxing sphincter, and when I sit it's very hard to take a deep breath, my lower ab seems to suck in not out and the harder I push the more I tighten. My therapist told me to blow through my mouth with fist covering for restriction it helps to some degree but I can't complete then when I stand up some stool just drops out. I can... (9 replies)
... Anybody familiar with this problem my anal sphincter dosnt relax I have to strain to get some out. And never feel complete gut is terribly bloated. Hurts to sit and walk, makes breathing difficult. ... (0 replies)
... Take a book to read or listen to relaxing music and give yourself up to 30 minutes on the toilet to move your bowels. Sometimes taking a warm tub bath helps to relax the muscles in your abdomen and rectal and anal sphincter muscles which make it easier to move your bowels. I hope this will be helpful to you. ... (1 replies)
... you move your bowels. This takes a lot time, patience,and concentration on the breathing. It helps so you don't strain and force the bm out and it actually helps relax the rectal and anal sphincter muscles making it easier for the stool to pass through he rectum and anus. ... (1 replies)
Hard Stools
Dec 17, 2012
... toilet to move my bowels. I find it much easier to go if I listen to relaxing music and do slow deep breathing exercises. I helps to stimulate peristalsis and relax the sphincter muscles in your rectum and anus so that the stool just slides out. ... (1 replies)
... utes, try sitting on the toilet and taking slow deep breaths and hold it the count of 10 and slowly exhale,repeat the slow deep breathing 10 times. This helps to relax the rectal and anal sphincter muscles to make it easier for the stool to pass through the anus. ... (3 replies)
No urge to poop
Sep 19, 2012
... minutes. It should help relax the rectal and anal sphincter muscles making it easier for the stool to pass. ... (2 replies)
... the tip of the suppository. When you do finally get the urge to move your bowels, take slow deep breaths and slowly exhale. This helps relax the rectal and anal sphincter muscles making it easier and less painful for the stool to pass through the rectum and anus especially when you haven't been able to move your bowels in 6 days. ... (2 replies)
... minutes, you may want to do this before taking the suppository and then after the suppository try soaking in a warm tub of water to help relax the rectal and anal sphincter muscles to help it make it easier for the hardened stool to pass. ... (2 replies)
... going around the impaction. Drink lots of water and drink some coffee or tea as this helps to kick peristalsis. Sometimes sitting in a warm tub of water can help relax the rectal and anal sphincter muscles before using the enema. ... (4 replies)
Impacted stool
Jul 30, 2012
... oz. glasses. when you get the urge to go don't force and strain the stool out. Try doing slow deep breathing exercises to help relax the rectal and anal sphincter muscles to make it easier for the stool to pass through the rectum and out the anus. ... (2 replies)
... al mild gassy feeling. An OTC gas relief med will help, like Phazyme or something of that nature. You can also take a very hot bath with baking soda, this will relax your anal sphincter muscle and allow the gas to pass naturally, then you can probably have a bowel movement which will help. ... (5 replies)
... I was slightly sore, but what you're describing may be because you have tighter sphincter muscles that didn't relax as easy, and properly, so they may have been stretched a little harder than usual. ... (1 replies)


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