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PTQ is an injectable soft-
PTQ Implants are usually injected as a day-
Unfortunately not. PTQ injections appear to work best with patients who have “passive faecal incontinence” (see section on faecal incontinence). These patients usually get leakage of stool on exercise or after having a bowel motion. PTQ does not appear to work in patients with urge incontinence.
Just over half of patients who undergo treatment find a substantial benefit from PTQ injections. Most find that this beneficial effect is long-
In general terms, the procedure is well tolerated and have few side-
If you have any questions or wish to find out more information about about faecal incontinence or PTQ implants, your own GP is often the best first port of call. They will be able to arrange a referral to a colorectal specialist centre such as the Glasgow Colorectal Centre.