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Stool leakage from rectum after urination. History of mymectomy, hysterectomy and C-sections. Reason?

what does it mean when u have stool leakage in your rectum after urinlation ,even when there is no bowel movement; when I clean after urination there is always bowel to be cleaned from my rectum; know that I have a weak bladder and have urination leakage, but I am not sure of why I always have stool in my rectum after urination. I am 52 and have had mymectomy, hysterectomy and 2 cearsarians, I do not know the cause and am looking for medical assistance.
Asked On : Thu, 27 Dec 2012
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hi there, what you are experiencing is due to lax anal sphincter which is causing fecal incontenence. One of the cause of this is childbirth and surguries. As you have had quite a few surgery that could be the cause for your condition. Some times there is nerve damage following surgeries which can also cause this. You will need to visit a surgeon who will assess the degree for weakness of anal sphincter and the mode of treatment for the same. In the meanwhile you could try some pelvic muscle strengthening exercises and sphinter tone increasing exercise(Kegel's exercise) to get relief to some extent. Do visit a surgeon and you may see much improvement.Take care.
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