How may fecal incontinence be treated in the of the Chicago, IL area suburbs?

fecal incontinence be treated

The condition in which solid or liquid matter is accidently passed from the rectum is referred to in a number of ways. Most commonly, people may refer to having a “leaky” bowel. That is, if they choose to discuss their problem. In the medical community, we call this condition accidental bowel leakage or fecal incontinence. We help our patients from the Chicago suburbs and other cities in IL handle this vexing condition. The manner in which fecal incontinence is handled may be determined by the cause of incontinence as well as the severity of the condition. Our goal in developing … Continue reading

Accidental bowel leakage is an issue for which your physician near the Chicago, IL suburbs has a solution

Accidental bowel leakage

While light bladder leakage and urinary incontinence are conditions that may be discussed from time to time, very rarely do we hear about accidental bowel leakage. From the Chicago suburbs of IL to the southernmost and westernmost areas of the United States, however, millions of individuals suffer with this major problem. As many as one in five people may experience either occasional fecal leakage or may accidentally express small amounts of fecal matter on a persistent basis. Accidental bowel leakage may actually involve either the unexpected passing of stool or of mucus. Professional medical literature does refer to this passing … Continue reading

Sanjay Gandhi, M.D.

Sanjay Gandhi, M.D.
Partners in Pelvic Health North Shore Urogynecology

Conditions affecting the female pelvis are the focus at Partners in Pelvic Health North Shore Urogynecology. We provide effective solutions for these problems from our offices at Park City, Woodstock, and Lake Forest in Illinois.

Our team is headed by Sanjay Gandhi, MD, Urogynecologist. Dr. Gandhi’s specialized education included a residency in gynecology and obstetrics at Northwestern University and a three-year urogynecology fellowship. He is among a few in the country to pass the first examination in Urogynecology and Reconstructive Pelvic Surgery (URPS) of The American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology. He also teaches healthcare students.