Study links vitamin D deficiency to fecal incontinence

05/13/2014 | MedPage Today (free registration)

Wake Forest University researchers said a small study found women with fecal incontinence had lower levels of vitamin D compared with a control group. Data showed the likelihood of being vitamin D deficient was about three times higher for women with fecal incontinence compared with controls, and that women who were deficient had more symptoms.

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