Bowel problems aren't as uncommon as you might think. Nearly one quarter of all women in the United States have some sort of bowel disorder, (also known as pelvic floor disorders) and more women are likely to be affected as the population ages. Common bowel problems include fecal incontinence, chronic constipation, anorectal disease, rectal prolapse, hemmorhoids and anal pain. Yet, many women often don't seek help because they are too embarrassed or aren't sure where to turn.
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The Colorectal Center for Functional Bowel Disorders at Cleveland
Clinic has the most experienced group of specialists in the region. U.S.News & World Report has ranked our digestive disease programs #2
in the nation every year since 2003 and our gynecology programs are ranked #4 in the nation.
Using state-of-the-art diagnostics and decades of experience, we
determine the cause of the patients' problems and then tailor the
most appropriate treatment. You can rely on our success in both
diagnosing and treating a full spectrum of bowel disorders.
One call puts you in touch with our multidisciplinary team, led by a group of female physicians, who are dedicated to compassionately working with patients.