Fecal incontinence is the involuntary loss of bowel contents, including gas, liquid stool and/or solid feces.
Treatment may include the use of antidiarrheal medications to harden stools or in some patients, laxatives or other methods to keep the lower bowel (rectum) empty. In addition, physical therapy helps improve muscle tone around the rectum. Devices to "plug" the anus (rectal opening), injections to tighten the anus, and anal "slings" (outpatient surgery) are undergoing clinical trials.
The Eclipse™ System
a non-surgical therapy for woman designed to offer immediate results for women with loss of bowel control
It is surprisingly common that over 20 million women experience accidents every year.
Loss of bowel control (also known as accidental bowel leakage) affects women of all ages.
Be Yourself Again
Immediate Results – 8 of 10 women reported treatment success, among those who were successfully fit with Eclipse and completed a 1-month clinical study.
No Surgery Required – Fit by your doctor during an office visit. You can try it out for a week to see if it works for you.
Easy to Use – you can insert and remove the Eclipse whenever and wherever you want.