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Potential Risks and Causes for Fecal Incontinence

OlderWomanWalkingDog_shutterstock_361751864Fecal incontinence is not nearly as common as urinary incontinence. In fact, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) says that in a study involving older adults, 25 percent had moderate, severe, or very severe urinary leakage but only about eight percent had moderate, severe, or very severe bowel leakage. Still, that is not an insignificant number so the causes bear considering. What are the risk factors for fecal incontinence?...

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