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For more information contact:

Dr. Jennifer Skelly 
P: 905-573-4823 
E: skelly@mcmaster.ca

Overflow incontinence can be caused by immobility, low food and fluid intake, constipating side effects of some medications.

Reservoir incontinence can be caused by inflammatory bowel disease, radiation treatments, chronic rectal ischemia.

Rectosphincter incontinence can be caused by trauma, surgery, pudendal nerve lesions, perineal descent, rectal prolapse, pudendal neuropathy.

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