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Posted by: Embaressed | 2008/01/24

Faecal and Urinary Incontinence

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Dear Embarrassed
This can be caused by damage to the sphincters with childbirth. Please see an urologist specializing in this condition. You may need to see a surgeon also ( for the fecal incontinence) but tackle one thing at a time.
I know in Pretoria, Dr Frans van Wijk at Urology hospital manages this, and his offices may be able to refer you to someone in your area.
012 342 9417
dr Bets

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