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Bowel Problems

Age, childbearing, nerve conditions, and certain medical treatments are some of the factors that can cause bowel problems. Frustration, embarrassment, and shame are some of the emotions felt by women dealing with them. Relief, reprieve, and support are what we are here to provide.


Top Tips for Constipation

February 27, 2017 | Dr. Ray Bologna, MD

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If you are experiencing constipation, it might feel difficult to overcome, but there are many ways to help with constipation. In fact, many women have difficulties with chronic constipation, which affects 16% of patients.

Any degree of constipation has the potential to lead to pelvic floor problems, so it’s important that you discuss constipation with your provider. Read more


Bowel Problems: An Overview

January 25, 2016 | Dr. Mary South, MD

Dr. Mary South and Dr. Ray Bologna discuss the most common causes of fecal urgency, fecal incontinence, and constipation.“We have a lot more treatment options than we’ve ever had before. It’s a difficult thing to talk about, but you need to discuss it with your healthcare provider because there are treatments available,” explains Ray on finding a solution to your bowel problems. Read more