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Bowel incontinence

Digestive Health | Last Active: Jan 18 3:14pm | Replies (133)

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Hi @emyliander,

I’m tagging @oakbourne @astaingegerdm @cmdavis88 @sue225 @jjren @beanglow @sjmoore @jodielynn @susan2018 @missmia @guthealth as they’ve talked about microscopic colitis and/or celiac disease; I’m certain they will return to share their insights with you.

Accidental bowel leakage (or fecal incontinence) can also occur if there are problems with the muscles and nerves in the rectum and pelvis. Have you consulted a gastroenterologist about this?

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Hi @kanaazperei, yes I have been under the care of a Gastroenterologist for a number of yrs, he has only told me to take Peptobismal