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If you think you or someone you know may have bowel incontinence, there is no need to suffer in silence. There are a variety of specialists who can help. Our find a doctor tool is here to help you locate a specialist who can diagnose the condition and find the right treatment for you.
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Starting the conversation
Once you have located a specialist, taking the next step in talking about bowel incontinence with your doctor can be uncomfortable- the shame and emotional toll of this condition causes many people to avoid seeking treatment. See suggestions and talking points for getting the conversation started.
FECAL INCONTINENCE TREATMENT (FIT) STUDY - NOW ENROLLING
Participants in the Fecal Incontinence Treatment (FIT) study will be assessed for reduction of fecal incontinence (FI) and randomized into three treatments arms: Behavioral: Biofeedback Procedure, Sacral Nerve Stimulation, or Device: Injection.
This Study is a collaboration between the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases (NIDDK), Mayo Clinic, Colon and Rectal Surgery Associates, Ltd., Augusta University, and RTI International. Palette Life sciences supports this study by providing Solesta without cost for the Device Study Arm.
Eligibility is solely determined by the FIT study investigator physicians.
Requirements to be listed on the Find A Doctor are as follows: Completed In-Office Simulation Training, Online Training and Certification, and/or the provider injected Solesta between January 1st 2022 and present.