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Anal stenosis, also known as an anal stricture, is the narrowing of the anal canal, located just before the anal sphincter. What is the anal sphincter? The anal sphincter is a complex part of the body that maintains a seal that can be opened to discharge body waste. It is strong enough to restrict the passage of any fecal material but sensitive. They include hemorrhoids, abscesses, fissures (cracks), and cancer. But it is important to let your doctor know, especially if you have pain or bleeding. The more details you can give about your problem, the better your doctor will be able to help you. About anal sphincter problems women of all ages have experienced constipation, diarrhea, andor gas at one point in time. Generally, those symptoms clear up within a day or two (depending on the severity) and go back to a normal bowel movement routine. What causes anal sphincter muscle damage? Childbirth is the most common cause of damage in women. The incidence of anal incontinence following recognized obstetric anal sphincter injury is estimated at over 60. 63-year-old nancy experienced a fourth-degree perineal tear, expanding from the vagina to the rectum. A rectal prolapse can occur when the normal support for the rectum becomes weak and the rectal lining (or even some of the rectum itself) starts to fall down through the anus. This is more likely to happen when straining to have a bowel movement. Anal stenosis anal stenosis is not a common condition, but it can be related to inflammatory bowel disease (ibd), and in crohns disease more so than in ulcerative colitis. In anal stenosis, the anal sphincter becomes narrowed, to the point where it is difficult to have a bowel movement.