Living with Incontinence

Incontinence after a Stroke: Living a Full Life

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More Funding is Needed for Advanced Incontinence Research

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Why Doctors Should Educate Women on Postnatal Incontinence

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More Support Needed for Incontinence in Older Children

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Living with a Neobladder: Tips and Advice

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The Truth about Having a Small Bladder

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How to put incontinence pads and pants

How to Put on Incontinence Pads and Pants for an Individual

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What Percentage of the Population are Affected by Incontinence?

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Common Catheter Leg Bag Problems and How to Fix Them

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Surviving Sleepovers with Incontinence

Staying somewhere overnight or going to a sleepover are common events that young people look forward to. Reduced self-confidence…

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Can Early Potty Training be Dangerous?

Are you tempted to google early potty training methods when your child doesn’t seem to be progressing? Although it…

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Dealing with Incontinence at the Cinema

Are you worried about leaving a cinema numerous times because of incontinence?

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Hygienic Disposal of Incontinence Products: Everything you Need to Know

Going to an anticipated social event can easily be ruined by worrying about incontinence. What if you need to…

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Lack of Public Toilets is a Threat to Health in the UK

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How You Can Make Your Incontinence Diet Plan More Enjoyable

If you have incontinence, you have probably been told countless times that your diet can have a profound effect…

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The Surprising Prevalence of Athletic Incontinence

The world of an athlete includes training, hard work and satisfaction. However, a problem we don’t see on TV…

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How to Make Air Travel with Incontinence Easier

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Incontinence During Pregnancy: The Common Struggle

It is estimated that 63 percent of women with stress incontinence say their symptoms began during…

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The Obstacle of Incontinence at School: Educating Teachers

Worrying about incontinence at School may affect an incontinent teenager or child’s progress more heavily than previously thought….

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Living with Incontinence: The Hidden Challenges of Every Day Life

Worldwide, urinary incontinence affects an estimated 200 million individuals. As many as 9 to 13 million women experience symptoms…

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