Pain from Ileocecal Valve?


The ileocecal valve is used to 'stop up' the large intestine to prevent the contents of this body part from leaking anywhere else. If there is pain emitting from this valve, it is time to see a doctor. There is no way of knowing what kinds of issues it may be causing since they are all internal, so you should seek out the help of a doctor as soon as possible for a variety of internal tests. After the tests, the doctors should know if this valve is malfunctioning and needs repairs so that the intestines are operating as they should.
Q&A Related to "Pain from Ileocecal Valve?"
They are sphincter muscles that control the flow of waste products from the ileum and the cecum, the first part of the large intestine.
( ¦il·ē·ō¦sē·kəl ′valv ) (anatomy) A muscular structure at the junction of the ileum and cecum which prevents reflex of
It prevents the backflow of fecal contents from the colon. It prevents
ileocecal valve: valve between the ileum of the small intestine and the cecum of the large intestine
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