The only FDA-approved injectable treatment for fecal incontinence, which is also cleared for commercialization in Europe. Fecal incontinence is a debilitating health problem afflicting about 2% of people worldwide and four times more prevalent in women than men.

TIRED OF HAVING ACCIDENTS?

ASK YOUR DOCTOR ABOUT SOLESTA. 

Solesta is a quick, nonsurgical treatment for the loss of bowel control, also known as bowel incontinence, or fecal incontinence (FI). Bowel incontinence is more common than you may think. Unfortunately, millions of people suffer every day from accidents and leaks. But Solesta can help. Treatment occurs in your doctor’s office and is proven to help significantly reduce accidents.

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  1. Ng K, Sivakumaran Y, Nassar N, Gladman MA. Fecal incontinence: community prevalence and associated factors–a systematic review. Dis Colon Rectum. 2015;58(12):1194-1209. 

  2. Irwin T, Snow AR, Orton TS, Elliot C. Endoscopic, ultrasonographic, and histologic descriptions of dextranomer/hyaluronic acid in a case of fecal incontinence. Case Reports in Pathology. 2018.

LOOKING FOR HELP?

FIND A DOCTOR NEAR YOU.

If you think you or someone you know may have bowel incontinence, there is no need to suffer in silence. There are a variety of specialists who can help. Our find a doctor tool is here to help you locate a specialist who can diagnose the condition and find the right treatment for you. 

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What is Solesta?

How Solesta Works

Treatment with Solesta

Safety Considerations

TRAINING AND CERTIFICATION

FOR ADMINISTERING SOLESTA. 

Physicians must be experienced in performing anorectal procedures and trained and certified in order to administer Solesta. Completing training and certification will also allow you to participate in our Physician Finder, so patients can easily find you.