Gastroenterology

Little difference between fecal incontinence therapies for women

Women with fecal incontinence experience negligible differences in improvement between primary interventions including anorectal manometry-assisted biofeedback, loperamide, education, and oral placebo, according to the results of a randomized factorial trial.
John Eric Jelovsek, MD, director of Data Science for Women’s Health in the department of obstetrics and gynecology at Duke Health, and colleagues wrote that clinicians could consider combinations of loperamide, education, oral placebo and biofeedback, but these combinations result in only slight improvements compared with individual

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