Any serious animal bite should be cared for as soon as possible in a hospital's emergency department.
In addition to the potential for transmission of
rabies, other medical issues need to be checked:
Even the most trivial bite can transmit
rabies. Any bite or scratch by a rabid animal warrants the administration of rabies shots. Whether or not that animal is at risk for rabies depends somewhat on the region of the country and on the species of the animal. Any exposure to a bat where a bite cannot be ruled out is a significant exposure.
Proctalgia fugax: Because the pain lasts so briefly, there is no treatment that will stop an attack of proctalgia fugax.
Levator ani syndrome: You can help stop an attack of levator ani syndrome with the following techniques.
Hemorrhoids: The following treatments can help lessen the discomfort of a painful hemorrhoid.
Anal fissures: These home treatments will promote healing of anal fissures.
The best way to prevent rectal pain is to eat a high-fiber diet and drink plenty of water. This will produce soft stools that are easy to pass and cause less trauma to the anal passage.
Thrombosed hemorrhoids are treated with a simple procedure, and 90% of anal fissures heal in 3 weeks. Two-thirds of people suffering with levator ani syndrome will get some relief with treatment. Proctalgia fugax remains the most difficult to treat, but new therapies are being tested.
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