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monarchgal posted:
Has anyone used a InterStim Therapy for bowel problems? If so, has it been successful?
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MaryatTheQOL replied to evelyngilbert's response:
I've recently heard that pelvic floor physical therapy is also a good option for preventing both bowel and urinary incontinence. Ask your doctor about this or if they know of any Women's Health Physical Therapists (WHPT).

The Quality of Life Store provides a wide range of incontinence products, so I recommend checking them out!


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