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How can you train your bladder after the removal of a catheter?

It’s a big relief when you find out that your catheter is going to be removed. However, this can quickly be followed by feelings of anxiety if you are unsure of how your bladder is going to behave without it. This blogpost has been written to alleviate any of your concerns about bladder incontinence, and to give you tips on how to retrain your bladder and regain a better quality of life.

Can you use incontinence pads with children?

The simple answer is yes! However, the full answer is slightly more complicated. We want to help you and your child find a treatment that can cure their incontinence and improve their daily quality of life.

The A-Z of passive incontinence

Welcome to our second A-Z guide designed to help you understand some of the lesser known incontinence conditions. This week, we’ll be dealing with ‘passive incontinence’, a common condition that affects millions of people around the world.

What is urodynamic stress incontinence?

Urodynamic stress incontinence is basically a type of urinary incontinence. Often, the condition is referred to in its shorter form – ‘stress incontinence’. In this blogpost, we’ll explain all you need to know, including causes, common cases and possible treatments.

Bowel leakage: 5 causes + 5 treatments

It might feel like something to be embarrassed about, but the loss of normal bowel control is actually a very common condition. Bowel (also faecal) leakage is a type of incontinence that can be caused by many factors, but the good news is that there are just as many treatments available.
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