Dog anal gland surgery
We have over twenty years of experience dealing with people who have problems with their anal glands. Our goal is to help you eliminate your anal gland problems, so you can enjoy a life free of discomfort and embarrassment.
Dr. Dang is a Board Certified urologist who treats men for erectile dysfunction, infertility, and incontinence. He is one of few urologists in the nation to be board certified in the treatment of incontinence, which includes the treatment of both men and women. The mn causes of Incontinence in men are: prostate surgery, Peyronie's Disease, or injury, as well as, neurological diseases like Parkinson's, Multiple Sclerosis, and Diabetes. We treat all patients with dignity and respect, no matter how unusual or embarrassing the condition may be. All treatments are performed at our facility, which is only 20 minutes from Downtown Phoenix, and only 1 hour from all of the Valley's major rports.
There are over 30 glands in the human body. They are located throughout the gastrointestinal tract, and serve to lubricate the digestive process. The most common ones are:
Anal Glands: The two major anal glands are located in the lower part of the back passage and the bottom of the anus.
Penis: In the penis, there are two mn glands. They are the prostate and the bulbourethral gland, which are two of the four glands that make semen.
The anal glands produce a milky-colored fluid that is made up of 95% water and 5% oils. This fluid lubricates and cleans the walls of the rectum during defecation, and it keeps the anus free from infection. In people with diarrhea, the anal glands produce mucus that is watery and sticky.
The fluid from the anal glands lubricates the rectum and helps to protect it from injury.
The anal glands produce a fluid that is normally milky-colored and sticky. They are not normally visible unless the anal glands are swollen.
A person with constipation can have enlarged anal glands.
Anal glands normally produce a milky-colored fluid.
The fluid from the anal glands is usually milky-colored and sticky.
Most people do not have enlarged anal glands. However, this condition can cause problems with defecation and can lead to severe irritation or infection.
If the anal glands become enlarged, they may be pnful, and the person may feel like they are passing mucus.
A person may experience irritation in their anus or rectum if the anal glands are enlarged and the fluid they release has become sticky and difficult to pass.
If there are problems with defecation, the person may compln that they have pn in their rectum, they have mucus in their rectum, they cannot pass the mucus, and they feel like they are passing water.
If you have problems with your anal glands and your rectum is irritated, you may experience these symptoms:
Irritation in the rectum
Mucus in the rectum
Inability to pass mucus
Inability to pass stool
Pn when passing stool
Pn in the anus or lower abdomen
Pn during urination
People with diarrhea may experience a change in bowel habits that may include increased bowel frequency.
A person may compln of fecal incontinence if their bowels are not lubricated properly, and they experience problems with the release of stool.
Anal glands can be enlarged in a variety of situations. They may be enlarged in people who are:
Suffering from Peyronie's Disease