‘Anal stenosis’ or ‘Anal stricture’ is a narrowing of the anal canal that makes it difficult to pass stool out of the body. Even though anal stricture is uncommon but this condition can lead to serious complications if left untreated.

Dr. Waranyu Jiramarit, a colorectal surgeon at Vejthani Hospital who has almost 10 years of experience in treating colorectal conditions. The doctor will explain to us why does it occur and how to treat it.

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Colorectal Surgery Center, 3rd Floor, Vejthani Hospital
Call: (+66)2-734-0000 Ext. 2715, 2716
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Colorectal Surgery Center

Understanding anal Stricture | Vejthani Podcast

Your risk of getting colorectal cancer increases as you get older. Colonoscopy is the most accurate test for cancer of the colon and rectum, proven to detect the disease early and save lives.

Therefore, colonoscopies should be scheduled every 10 years beginning at age 45. Those with a family history of colorectal cancer, personal history of cancer, or chronic inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), should begin regular testing sooner, as recommended by the doctor.

If you’re over 45, undergoing The colonoscopy could save your life.

For more information, please contact

Colorectal Surgery Center, 3rd Floor, Vejthani Hospital
Call: (+66)2-734-0000 Ext. 2715, 2716
English Hotline: (+66)85-223-8888

Colorectal Surgery Center

Why everyone above 45 should undergo Colonoscopy?
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