A therapy with no side effects

Posted by Anna Westberg, March 2 2018

The stomach rules the world, as they say. Everyone with an upset stomach can attest to that. Finally, Erik found a method to get his stomach to work every day without side effects, while avoiding an upset stomach.

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Topics: TAI, Transanal irrigation

Anne's story: How I found the solution to my MS related bowel problems

Posted by Helene Skoog, December 22 2017

For Anne, visual impairment was the first sign of Multiple Sclerosis (MS). Another serious effect of her diagnosis were the severe bowel problems she experienced. In this post, Anne shares how she recovered a functioning bowel routine.


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Topics: TAI, Transanal irrigation, MS

66 years old, and my first app download changed my life

Posted by Helene Skoog, December 15 2017

Paulene, 66, was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis (MS) at the age of 40, and has had bowel issues ever since. Her nurse recommended she try a new therapy, but what does an app have to do with bowel function...

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Topics: App, TAI, Transanal irrigation

Motivating children using transanal irrigation (TAI)

Posted by Chris Bridgman, December 7 2017

For a child living with bowel dysfunction, life can be difficult, but there is an effective solution to voiding that doesn't involve chemicals, surgery or medication and reduces the risk of accidents. But how do you motivate your child using transanal irrigation?

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Topics: TAI, Transanal irrigation, Children and TAI

ACCT talks: Empowering patients in Transanal Irrigation (TAI) with Valentina Passananti

Posted by Helene Skoog, September 15 2017

"Severe bowel problems are a social stigma. Many people tend to stay at home, too embarrassed to go out. Finding a working bowel routine is key to quality of life for these patients", Valentina Passananti, specialist in Clinical Medicine and Gastroenterology, says.

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Topics: Bowel therapy, TAI, Transanal irrigation, bowel dysfunction