Talk about your experience to help others with chronic FI start their journey to life-changing relief.
Sharing your experience can help those who are struggling with chronic fecal incontinence (FI) and make a lasting impact on their lives. Here are three easy ways to share.
Tell us about the relief you’re experiencing and how your life is different today. We may share your story in our education materials and on our website with others who are struggling with bowel control issues. You can reveal as much or as little about your journey as you like, and your name can be kept confidential.
As a Patient Ambassador, you can share your story in one-on-one phone calls with people who are considering Medtronic Bowel Control Therapy. It's a unique opportunity to help those with chronic FI who are seeking candid answers from someone who has "been there" already. You can make as many calls as you like, at a time that works for you.
Too often, embarrassment prevents people with bowel control issues from getting the help they need. You can change that by speaking up about this important issue. Here are some tips for talking about your diagnosis, treatment, and results in your local community.
Posting on social media
Speaking with journalists
Here are some important questions to ask yourself as you prepare your story: