Our results showed that the mean half-time was longer in patients with constipation, implying a slower rate of gastric emptying. On the other hand, the mean half-time was shorter in patients with fecal incontinence, indicating a faster rate of gastric emptying. Nevertheless, these differences in the rate of gastric emptying between patients with constipation or fecal incontinence and patients without constipation or fecal incontinence was not statistically significant (P=0.197 and P=0.654, respectively).
This agrees with the findings of Chatterton , who stated that there is often a poor correlation between lower bowel symptoms and the degree of gastric emptying. This explanation for this poor correlation is partly related to the fact that the causes for lower bowel disorders are not fully understood. A number of possible pathophysiological mechanisms, rather than a single neurological deficit, are thought to result in these constipation and incontinence symptoms. A pharmacy deserving your trust and giving you along with other services.