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  • noun

Synonyms for intestine

the part of the alimentary canal between the stomach and the anus

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Kate', a 44 year retail assistant, presented with diarrhoea and urgency with frequent loss of bowel control about 1-2 hours after waking.
We believe that the Vaginal Bowel Control System can be tried early in the algorithm of treatment for fecal incontinence," Dr.
of Score MSQLI Scale Items Range Physical Component Summary 21 0-100 (PCS) * Mental Component Summary (MCS) * -- 0-100 Modified Fatigue Impact Scale 21 0-84 (MFIS) MOS Pain Effects Scale (PES) 6 6-30 Sexual Satisfaction Scale (SSS) 5 4-24 Bladder Control Scale (BLCS) 4 0-22 Bowel Control Scale (BWCS) 5 0-26 Impact of Visual Impairment 5 0-15 Scale (IVIS) Abbreviated Version of Perceived 5 0-20 Deficits Questionnaire (PDQ-5) Abbreviated Mental Health 5 0-100 Inventory (MHI-5) Abbreviated MOS Modified Social 5 0-100 Support Survey (MSSS-5) MSQLI Scale Content Physical Component Summary Weighted sum of subscales (PCS) * reflective of physical well-being.
It is also referred to as fecal incontinence, anal incontinence, soiling, or lack of bowel control.
Medical Justice, which sends doctors to the centres, said more than half of the children in the 141 cases it had looked at since April 2004 suffered psychological harm, with symptoms including bed wetting, loss of bowel control, heightened anxiety and food refusal.
They said "legal highs" can cause kidney failure, seizures, muscle damage and loss of bowel control.
The clinic offers education and treatment to residents over the age of 60 who experience problems such as frequent urination; worrying about falling when rushing to the bathroom; urine leaks when laughing, coughing, sneezing or doing activities; frequent bladder infections; waking up often at night to urinate; having a strong need to urinate right away; and problems with constipation or bowel control.
Once more this idyllic haven for the slow drinker is being invaded by those Olympic fundraisers, the Mad Club, with their Soap Box Down Hill Challenge, the annual invitation to test your bowel control by attempting the course which naturally ends up (sometimes literally) at the pub where hoards of inebriated well wishers and would-be nurses dispose of their loose change in aid of Birmingham Children's Hospital.
PEOPLE with embarrassing bladder and bowel control problems are being urged to put taboos aside and hop onto a help bus as it tours around south Birmingham during National Continence Awareness Week.
Organised by the Bladder and Bowel Foundation and supported by the Department of Health, the overall aim of the week is to highlight the fact that bladder and bowel control problems can affect anyone at any age.
Watch out for pain or lumps around your bottom, bleeding or lack of bowel control.
Acquisition of bladder and bowel control is followed by both bladder bowel dysfunction and treatment options.
Continence nurse specialists working throughout all district health boards have special expertise in managing bladder and bowel control problems for men, women and children.
Side effects (due to the increased fat in the bowel) include oily/fatty stools, gas with discharge, and poor bowel control.
One of these, a 32-year-old woman who had been a tetraplegic for six and a half years, also regained bowel control.