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Bowel incontinence

Digestive Health | Last Active: Jul 8, 2021 | Replies (104)

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Thank you, @lacy2 I appreciate your offer but I don't need the book. I was just curious if fecal incontinence can actually be IBS. I am quite certain that mine is not.

I was not cut when my son was born, I ripped. My son was large and back labor. The doctor who delivered him was an absolute jerk, and sometime after that was sued and may even have lost his license. He was covering for my doctor who was on vacation. He said he couldn't do a caesarian because I was overweight and there would be too much risk of infection! Then, when he was delivering my son he actually told my husband that he might have to jump up on me and crush the baby's shoulders because they were big shoulders for a baby and may not fit through!

Of course I switched doctors for my next child, I didn't want to risk him being the backup again for my doctor.
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…oh as if birthing isnt enough pleasure/pain.. i am in Canada and we often hear that in USA people sue more than we do.. I have 3 reasons in our family to sue but didnt.. i hope someone somewhere stopped this doctor from doing this to anyone else. This is it, we can have the best dr but if on vacation,,,,,!!!!

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