Male Fecal Incontinence
Fecal incontinence is the difficulty, or incapacity control flatulence (gases) or feces in a liquid, paste-like, or solid state.
The principal causes of this condition are: a weakness in the muscles of the PERINEUM, aging, some neurological disfunctions, and surgeries that may have resulted in lesions to the anal sphincter or the pudendal nerve.
Unfortunately, as they find it embarrassing or think that it is a normal factor of aging, few men seek out treatment. This urine loss tends to worsen over time, necessitating the constant use of personal hygiene products or diapers.
This is an embarrassing situation and causes many men to suffer a decrease in their personal, social, and professional quality of life and in some cases, leads to social isolation.
Perineal rehabilitation is an effective, non-evasive treatment for this condition and promotes the neuromuscular rehabilitation of the PERINEUM and its strengthening, possibly avoiding surgery.
The sooner the patient seeks out treatment, the better the results are.