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Anuskramp - een verborgen klacht

Een wereld die voor anderen gesloten blijft!

Anuskramp, en ik maar denken dat ik de enigste ben met die ellende. Begint vaak 's nachts als ik slaap. Ik wordt dan echt wakker van de pijn in mijn anus en vlucht naar de wc. Door de pijn wordt ik zo beroerd dat ik half moet spugen en steeds duizeliger wordt. Ik laat mijn hoofd dan maar op de wasbak hangen zo beroerd voel ik me dan. Intussen zit ik heel diep te zuchten en op het moment dat ik denk dit gaat echt niet meer begint mijn darm te schokken en komt er een beetje ontlasting. Pijn gaat dan langzaam weg. Lijkwit en gesloopt ga ik dan weer terug mijn bed in. Soms maanden niks en dan in 1 keer 2 keer achter elkaar. Een serieus probleem waar de dokter geen antwoord op heeft.......

Maar er is een oplossing, ga met je anus zitten op een tennisbal en de kramp neemt af. Meer verhalen vindt je op een speciaal forum van anaal k(r)ampeerders.

De latijnse naam is : Proctalgia fugax

Zoek maar eens met Google op "Proctalgia fugax"

Update dec 2010

Ik heb voor mij de oplossing gevonden. Ik heb van het merk NOW magnesium citraatpoeder gekocht. Zodra ik een aanval krijg neem ik een theelepel in een glas water opgelost en dit verhelpt mij binnen een paar minuten van de kramp, er komt dus geen climax meer


Anuskramp

Wel eens anuskramp gehad?. Dat weet je hoe pijnlijk dit kan zijn. Hieronder nog wat ervaringen met anuskramp, nog altijd een taboe onderwerp. Voor mensen die hier geen ervaring mee hebben, het valt alsof er iemand een mes in je anus ronddraait. De remedie kan zijn: op een tennisbal gaan zitten, dus tegendruk op de sluitspier uitoefenen.

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Ron

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Het enige echte middel dat echt schijnt te helpen is Nitrobaat (nitroglycerine 0,4 mg. )Via je huisarts op recept verkrijgbaar. Mijn huisarts erkende de pijn en de oorzaak! De kwaal is een vernauwing van de bloedvaten in de anus (of slokdarm). Een weinig op een vinger sprayen en insmeren! Plaatselijke warmte kan dus ook licht helpen. Nitroglycerine steekt een beetje maar helpt geweldig om de ergste pijn te voorkomen doordat het middel de bloedvaten verwijden.

Ik vond nog deze studie:

Treatment of proctalgia fugax with topical nitroglycerin

Nitroglycerin ointment is a newly described treatment for several painful anal conditions. We describe a single case of levator spasm or proctalgia fugax responding to topical application of nitroglycerin. This is only a single case report, and conclusive evidence awaits completion of a controlled clinical trial.

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En je bent niet alleen......

Proctalgia fugax: demographic and clinical characteristics. What every doctor should know from a prospective study of 54 patients

de Parades V, Etienney I, Bauer P, Taouk M, Atienza P. Proctologie Médico-Interventionnelle, Groupe Hospitalier Diaconesses - Croix Saint Simon, Paris, France.

PURPOSE: This prospective study was designed to describe a typical attack of proctalgia fugax. METHODS: Patients were recruited from May 2003 to June 2004. Whatever the reason for consultation, they were systematically asked: "Do you ever suffer intermittent and recurring anorectal pain lasting for at least three seconds?" If the answer was yes, they were interviewed with a questionnaire and had a proctologic examination. The criterion for proctalgia fugax was a positive answer with a negative examination. RESULTS: The study included 1,809 patients. Fifty-four of these patients (3 percent) had proctalgia fugax and 83 percent of them had never sought medical advice for this problem. The mean age was 51 (range, 18-87) years. Thirty-seven patients were females (69 percent). The onset of pain was sudden and without a trigger factor in 85 percent of cases. Attacks occurred in the daytime (33 percent) as well as at night (35 percent). The pain was described as cramping, spasm-like, or stabbing in 76 percent of cases. It did not radiate in 93 percent of cases. There were no concomitant symptoms in 81 percent of cases. Attacks stopped spontaneously in 67 percent of cases. The average duration was 15 minutes (range, 5 seconds to 90 minutes). The average annual number of attacks was 13 (range, 1-180). CONCLUSIONS: Proctalgia fugax affects twice as many females as males at approximately aged 50 years. Commonly the roughly once-monthly attack occurs as a sudden pain with no trigger factor, diurnally as often as nocturnally. The nonradiating cramp, spasm, or stabbing pain, without concomitant symptoms, is most severe on average after 15 minutes and declines spontaneously.

PMID: 17164968 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]


Proctalgia fugax

Proctalgia fugax is a benign, self-limiting pain experienced in the perineum. It is common, but most sufferers do not seek medical advice. The aetiology is unclear, but a variation of irritable bowel syndrome, pelvic floor myalgia, and internal anal sphincter spasm have all been suggested. A careful history can elicit the characteristic history, and simple reassurance is often all that is necessary. For persistent symptoms, therapies that induce internal anal sphincter relaxation are of value.

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Levator Syndrome

Levator Syndrome is an episodic rectal pain caused by spasm of the levator ani muscle. The ischiococcygeal syndrome, proctalgia fugax, and coccydynia, are variants of the levator syndrome. At first, the sensation is that of a cramp or spasm situated in the rectum approximately 10 to 15 cm above the anus, gradually becoming more intense to a point of intolerance. After reaching a peak, it gradually subsides, and usually lasts for about 20 minutes at a time. The pain may be related to sitting, can occur spontaneously, and can awaken the patient from sleep. The pain is often described as a vague ache high in the rectum, or as a sharp pain overwhelming in character, like a knife twisting inside the rectum.

Source: http://www.hemorrhoid.net


Oral clonidine for proctalgia fugax

R Swain, Jawaharlal Institute of Postgraduate Medical Education and Research, Pondicherry, India.

A report is made of the successful use of oral clonidine for proctalgia fugax by the author on himself. The author, a 30 year old otherwise healthy man, has been having attacks of proctalgia fugax for several years. He had hitherto left the condition untreated. Last year, in a severe attack, he tried oral clonidine 150 micrograms twice a day and found it to be dramatically effective. He was completely relieved in three days and tapered off the drug thereafter. A further attack of proctalgia fugax after a month was again treated successfully with oral clonidine. The presumed aetiology of proctalgia fugax is discussed and the possible mechanism of action of clonidine in this condition is outlined. Further trials of clonidine appear to be worthwhile for this condition which has been described as incurable.

Meer info over deze stof hier


Treatment of proctalgia fugax with botulinum A toxin.

Katsinelos P, Kalomenopoulou M, Christodoulou K, Katsiba D, Tsolkas P, Pilpilidis I, Papagiannis A, Kapitsinis I, Vasiliadis I, Souparis T. Department of Endoscopy and Motility Unit, Central Hospital, Thessaloniki, Greece.

Two recent studies described a temporal association between a high-amplitude and high-frequency myoelectrical activity of the anal sphincter and the occurrence of proctalgia, which suggest that paroxysmal hyperkinesis of the anus may cause proctalgia fugax. We describe a single case of proctalgia fugax responding to anal sphincter injection of Clostridium botulinum type A toxin. The presumed aetiology of proctalgia fugax is discussed and the possible mechanism of action of botulinum toxin (BTX) in this condition is outlined. Botulinum A toxin seems to be a promising treatment for patients with proctalgia fugax, and further trials appear to be worthwhile for this condition, which has been described as incurable.

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Low-dose intravenous lidocaine as treatment for proctalgia fugax.

Peleg R, Shvartzman P.

Department of Family Medicine, Faculty of Health Sciences, Ben Gurion University of the Negev, Beer-Sheva, Israel. pelegr@bgumail.bgu.ac.il

Proctalgia fugax is characterized by a sudden internal anal sphincter and anorectic ring attack of pain of a short duration.

OBJECTIVE: Description of the influence of intravenous lidocaine treatment for proctalgia fugax.

CASE REPORT: A 28-year-old patient suffering of proctalgia fugax for 8 months. Conventional treatment efforts did not improve his condition. A single dose of an intravenous lidocaine infusion completely stopped his pain attacks.

CONCLUSIONS: Based on the experience reported in this case and the potential benefit of this treatment for proctalgia fugax, controlled studies comparing intravenous lidocaine with placebo should be conducted to confirm the observation and to provide a more concrete basis for the use of intravenous lidocaine for this indication.

Bron: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov


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