incontinence

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Synonyms for incontinence

a complete surrender of inhibitions

Synonyms for incontinence

indiscipline with regard to sensuous pleasures

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J's need for toileting assistance (6a) and his development of bladder incontinence (6d) and bowel incontinence (6e).
Diarrhea is a leading cause of bowel incontinence (Bharucha, Zinsmeister, Schleck, & Melton, 2010).
SURGEONS are leading the region in delivering a life-changing treatment for people suffering from bowel incontinence.
Washington, July 19 (ANI): A new therapy is offering hope to millions of harried people worldwide who suffer from the debilitating condition of chronic bowel incontinence.
Karen continues to suffer from residual neurological defects of cauda equina syndrome, including bladder and bowel incontinence. Karen initiated a suit for medical malpractice against the physicians who treated her low-back pain in the days leading up to her surgery, including Dr.
Here, the IFFGD takes on the subject of bowel incontinence. For more information about this hidden condition, visit their website at www.aboutIncontinence.org.
Bowel incontinence occurs in up to a third of stroke patients and usually resolves in the first few weeks after stroke.
I was treated for bowel incontinence. Eventually I got back to my normal self and resumed school.
Characteristics of the syndrome observed in a study of 26 affected men included gait ataxia in 25 (96%), intention tremor in 18 (69%), lower extremity weakness in 14 (54%), lower extremity neuropathy in 16 (62%), bradykinesia in 15 (58%), rigidity in 9 (35%), dysarthria in 20 (77%), dysmetria in 24 (92%), bowel incontinence in 8 (31%) and bladder incontinence in 14 (54%), impotence in 21 (81%), cognitive deficit in 19 (73%), and heart failure in more than half.
"There can be detectable evidence of nerve injury in asymptomatic women after a vaginal delivery, and there is evidence of even more injury in women who do have some bowel incontinence post partum," commented Dr.
If discovered in children, the disease tends to be more severe and often occurs with other musculoskeletal deformities, such as asymmetric lower extremities, and neurologic deficies, such as weakness, reflex asymmetry, scoliosis, reduced sensation and bladder or bowel incontinence.
Points in the clinical domain are based on the primary and first secondary diagnosis that are approved in the orthopedic, neurological, or diabetes category, IV infusions, enteral tubes, wounds, dyspnea, urinary and bowel incontinence, bowel ostomy, and behavioral problems.
Its hourglass shape provides a wider absorbent surface for bowel incontinence.
This unique product has an hour glass shape that provides a wider absorbent surface for bowel incontinence. It is soft and easy to remove and replace and its texture helps for easier clean up.
As well as being physically upsetting and debilitating the symptoms can prompt a level of bowel incontinence which makes living a normal life very difficult.