Fecal Incontinence

anatomy of the rectum and anus. Stools. Incontinence. National Clearinghouse information about digestive diseases. National. Institute. And diabetes. Gastroenterology ….

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Fecal Incontinence, contents:

  • What causes fecal incontinence?
  • How is fecal incontinence diagnosed?
  • How is fecal incontinence treated?
  • How is fecal incontinence treated?
  • What Foods Have Fiber?
  • What to Do About Anal Discomfort
  • How can I cope with my feelings about fecal incontinence?
  • Everyday Practical Tips
  • What if my child has fecal incontinence?
  • Why Children Get Constipated

What causes fecal incontinence?

  • Constipation
  • Nerve Damage
  • Loss of Storage Capacity
  • Diarrhea
  • Pelvic Floor Dysfunction

Dietary Changes

  • Keep a food diary
  • Eat small meals more frequently
  • Eat and drink at different times
  • Eat the right amount of fiber
  • Eat foods that make stool bulkier
  • Get plenty to drink
Download Fecal Incontinence pdf from digestive.niddk.nih.gov, 12 pages, 291.27KB.
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