We applaud the National Institutes of Health focus on bowel health awareness, especially as increasing numbers of Americans seek to live well for an extra three decades - beyond midlife. Our ABL education and advocacy efforts address the public health gap and unmet mature health need around accidental bowel leakage which is a bowel health concern.

Our Infographic and ABL Conversation Starter are here to help consumers and healthcare professionals get the facts…and start the conversation around ABL. It’s important to know that most people with ABL do not talk to their healthcare provider, and we hope these tools will help start the dialogue so symptoms can be managed.

Click here for the ABL Conversation Starter

Click here for the ABL Inforgraphic

There are a number of other articles on accidental bowel leakage from leading healthcare sites that you may find useful below: - 10 Tips to Relieve ABL

USA Today Digestive Wellness News - It's Time to Talk About Accidental Bowel Leakage

Here are some additional resources to learn more about ABL (accidental bowel leakage). 

 - University of Michigan Bowel Control Program

 - National Association For Continence

 - The International Foundation of Functional Gastrointestinal Disorders

 - Women's Health Foundation

 - The Mayo Clinic

 - The Cleveland Clinic is interested in providing resources for the ABL community. If you have a link or an additional resource that you think would be valuable, please reach out to us at .

Last Updated 2/25/2015
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