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NLM AIDSLINE
Advice from the butt nanny: the compulsive end user's guide to anal-rectal procedures.
Courson F
November 30, 1999
PWA Newsline. 1998 Oct-Nov;:26-9. Unique Identifier : AIDSLINE

A synopsis of the procedures used to diagnose and treat maladies of the rectum is outlined. A description of the functions of the muscle group involved and its interaction with other body activities is detailed. It is advised that following any procedures, a patient should take the necessary time to recuperate, in order to encourage healing. A patient should get plenty of sleep and eat properly. Muscle and nerve pain should be expected within a day or two after a procedure and can be eased with warm baths and pain killers. Moving around will be more strenuous and should be done slowly. A list of supplies that can be gathered prior to surgery is provided.

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