How can I use dietary changes to treat fecal incontinence?

Kevin W. Windom, MD
OBGYN (Obstetrics & Gynecology)

Fecal incontinence is most commonly seen as the loss of liquid stool or gas. Fiber supplements can help to make stool firm and decrease fecal incontinence. The use of immodium can also help patients with their daily symptoms.

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