Thank you for the query.
It all depends of the reason of your stool incontinence
. If you have had rectal cancer
and you have had anterior resection, most probable reason is nerves injury
during the surgery. If the junction were done very low (close to the rectum
sphincter muscle), also muscle injury is possible.
There is plenty of different ways to help with stool incontinence including simple sphincter suture, special pump insertion (artificial bowel sphincter) and interstem device. Unfortunately no matter which method you choose, the chances to make it work for you are no more than 60%.
And you may reach the point where colostomy
will be the best solution for you.
Stool incontinence treatment is a very hard thing and needs to be done by an experienced in this condition surgeon.
Hope this will help. Feel free to ask further questions.