Fecal incontinence sometimes can be prevented by managing your diet. For certain people, avoiding foods that contain sugars such as lactose (from milk), fructose (from fruit) and sorbitol (from berries and other fruits) can prevent diarrhea and lower the risk of fecal incontinence. It can also be prevented in certain cases by avoiding constipation.
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