LARS: A Survivor’s Perspective

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Low anterior resection syndrome (LARS) is a group of symptoms, such as fecal incontinence or urgency, frequent or fragmented bowel movements, difficulty emptying your bowels, and increased gas, following low anterior resection of the rectum.

In this Taboo-ty Podcast, colorectal cancer survivor, Jon, talks about all things LARS. He reviews the “must-haves” a person with LARS should carry with them at all times, the ups and downs of symptoms like frequency, and more.

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