dyschezia


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dys·che·zi·a

(dis-kē'zē-ă),
Difficulty in defecation.
[dys- + G. chezō, to defecate]

dys·che·zi·a

(dis-kē'zē-ă)
Difficulty in defecation.
[dys- + G. chezō, to defecate]

dyschezia

Difficult or painful defaecation, usually from severe constipation and hard stools.
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His symptoms resolved completely until 1.5 years later, when he presented to the emergency room with fever, abdominal pain, dysuria, and dyschezia, accompanied by a tender prostate on physical exam.
Regarding symptoms, DIE group complained of more intense pain symptoms (dysmenorrhea, chronic pelvic pain, dyspareunia, dysuria, and dyschezia) than other groups.
Dyschezia and rectocele--a marriage of convenience?
Other symptoms include dyspareunia, low back pain, dyschezia, and dysuria [1].
It is a progressive, estrogen-dependent gynecologic common disorder in the reproductive aging population, usually characterized by pain symptoms (e.g., dysmenorrhea, dyspareunia, dysuria, dyschezia, or noncyclic pelvic pain), infertility, and ovarian endometrioma (chocolate cyst).
Two German shepherd male dogs, aged 4 and 7 years, and weighing 38 and 40 kg respectively, were presented with history of chronic constipation, dyschezia and numerous perianal fistula with malodorous purulent discharge since more than one year.
Most (92%) had bowel symptoms, including pain during defecation, diarrhea and constipation, abdominal bloating, and dyschezia. Endometriosis-related symptoms were present in all, and included dysmenorrhea, nonmenstrual pelvic pain and dyspareunia, tenesmus, cyclic rectal bleeding, lower back pain, and asthenia.
(15) Although women are more than 3 times as likely as men to experience constipation, in part because of menstrual cycle influences, gynecologic procedures, and disorders that influence bowel movements (eg, ovarian cancer, fibroid tumors, endometriosis, dyschezia), (6,16) they are less likely than men to report symptoms.
Early laxative treatment may decrease the risk for anal disease in pregnant women with dyschezia, which increased the odds for anal lesions nearly sixfold.
A five years old male German Shepherd Dog with 'nymphomanic tail' having huge circular perineal swelling and history of dyschezia, tenesmus since last two months was presented.