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A weak anal sphincter is when the internal and or external anal sphincter muscles are weakened or damaged. The anal sphincters (internal and external) are rings of muscle at the opening of the anus. The sphincters keep the anus closed as stool gathers in the rectum. Ultimately the pressure on the rectum wall leads to the internal anal. These muscles that control your bowel can be strengthened through exercise. While the internal anal sphincter is not under conscious control,. 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. Your internal sphincter is an involuntary muscle that wraps around your anus. You can develop abnormal weakness in either the internal or external sphincter for reasons that include age-related wear and tear,. Your doctor will place a specialized probe in your anus or place a sensing device called an electrode near your anal opening. The anal canal can tell you if it is gas or stool waiting to come. These muscles also get weaker with age due to general wear and tear and changes in hormone levels.