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Have they shared pictures with you of the prolapse? If so, can you please post them to the page so that I may see them?
Is the prolapse still evident?
Unfortunately, prolapses are seldom fixed at home due to the inversion and swelling of tissue and I have yet to hear of one that has fixed itself. The longer its out the higher the risk of complications. The most ideal situation would be to have her examined, anesthetized and a purse string suture placed to keep the rectal tissue from prolapsing again. I would urge you to have them take her to the ER this evening for treatment.
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