August

Did you know you can travel to an Eclipse physician outside of your area? You can be fit with an Eclipse System in a simple office visit to one of our trained physicians, as well as a follow up visit within a week. Additional follow up may be required.  Since the process is fairly simple, some women choose to travel to a prescribing physician instead of waiting for Eclipse to be available near them. What to expect: - A consultation about your medical history and any previous treatments for bowel control - A physician exam to assess if the Eclipse System is right for you - An opportunity to try Eclipse for one week As long as the sizing was...

July

Accidental loss of stool may be associated with an intense urge to rush to the bathroom or can happen with no warning. This loss of bowel control is known as accidental bowel leakage (ABL) or fecal incontinence (FI). Accidental bowel leakage particularly affects women who have experienced pregnancy, childbirth, other nerve or muscle damage in the pelvic region, or gastrointestinal conditions such as Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS). You can learn about the many treatment options available by visiting ABLinfo.org.