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Explain about bowel control problems.?

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Damage to the anal sphincter from something like episiotomy from childbirth can cause difficult to control bowel function and loose bowels or bowel leakage. The other condition can be constipation making bowel function decreased. Inflamed intestinal conditions can also cause diarrhea issues and bowel control problems. Hemorrhoids can also cause some issues..

In brief: Variable

I am not sure what your question means.
Damage to the anal sphincter from something like episiotomy from childbirth can cause difficult to control bowel function and loose bowels or bowel leakage. The other condition can be constipation making bowel function decreased. Inflamed intestinal conditions can also cause diarrhea issues and bowel control problems. Hemorrhoids can also cause some issues..
Dr. Mark Hoepfner
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Dr. James Ferguson
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You have not specified if the issue relates to a birth defect (anal atresia and reconstruction); damage after pregnancy or from anal sex; chronic diarrhea or constipation or whatever. We get 400 characters to respond & need to devote them to specifics. You are welcome to start over.

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You can get more from this site if you describe a problem giving details and then ask a specific question.
You have not specified if the issue relates to a birth defect (anal atresia and reconstruction); damage after pregnancy or from anal sex; chronic diarrhea or constipation or whatever. We get 400 characters to respond & need to devote them to specifics. You are welcome to start over.
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