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  • Encopresis

    Encopresis may be defined as the voluntary or involuntary passage of formed, semiformed, or liquid stool into a place other than the toilet for more than one time per month in a child over four years of age1 for at least three months.

  • Encopresis

    One study suggests that 60-66% of children have a history of passing a painful bowel movement before 36 months of age. Encopresis is a medical condition with a large number of underlying causes and treatment pathways.

  • Encopresis

    Treatment for encopresis is similar to that recommended for constipation: emptying the large intestine, establishing regular bowel movements and keeping regular bowel movements. Regular toilet times are important.

  • Encopresis

    Try to get your child into the habit of going to the toilet after breakfast and dinner, as our bowels tend to contract after we eat.

 

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