Adjusting to the ‘new normal’ will take some time and patience, especially for those living with physical or mental conditions that complicate life even further. What does it mean for people living with incontinence?
If you are pregnant, trying to become pregnant, or have recently had a baby, then this blog post is for you! Before, during and after childbirth, urinary and faecal incontinence can become an issue for many women.
The term ‘stress incontinence’ actually refers to the extra pressure that is put on the bladder or bowel during certain activities. Find a calm place, take a deep breath, and keep reading to discover the top 10 facts that any carer needs to know.
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