Why is there a Correlation between Caffeine and Urinary Incontinence Severity?

If you have experienced incontinence, you have probably already heard people telling you…

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Living with a Urinary Catheter: Tips and Advice

Urinary catheters can be a life-changing solution for many people. Individuals often describe using the products as “liberating”. However, they can also cause other problems such as reduced self-confidence and feelings of alienation. (more…)

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What is the Problem with Mesh Implants for Incontinence?

Vaginal mesh implants for incontinence have been a popular phenomenon across Europe and…

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

It is still taboo to talk about bladder problems and toileting. However, not…

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Why We Need Early Intervention for Incontinence in Children

Bladder and bowel problems are estimated to affect up to 28% of all children at any one time. Unfortunately, a large proportion of these children continue to suffer from incontinence into adulthood. (more…)

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Psychological Stress and Incontinence: Is there a Link?

As we’d expect, incontinence can cause psychological stress and embarrassment. However, could stress…

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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 on your voiding patterns. While it is important to obey the basic rules, you shouldn’t have to stick to a boring regime.

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Postnatal Incontinence: The Silent Struggle for Mothers

It is estimated that one of three new mothers develop urinary incontinence. Although stressful, the condition remains a frequently overlooked form of maternal morbidity.                                (more…)

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Are Men’s Incontinence Shorts For you?

When someone mentions the phrase “incontinence pants”, do you automatically think of a bulky and noisy product? (more…)

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It Isn’t Just Women: Spreading Incontinence Awareness for Both Sexes

From lack of resources to lack of publicity, incontinence in men is a…

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Spreading the Awareness of Bladder Cancer and Incontinence

Bladder cancer remains one of the most commonly diagnosed cancers. However, the complications that come with bladder cancer are often misunderstood. One particular struggle that is rarely spoken of is urinary incontinence. (more…)

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Tips and Guidance on Managing Urinary Incontinence in Children

Looking after a child with incontinence can cause many practical and social problems….

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How to Manage Multiple Sclerosis and Urinary Incontinence

Shockingly, there are 100,000 people in the UK living with Multiple Sclerosis. The side effects of Multiple Sclerosis can have a huge impact on a person’s quality of life. (more…)

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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 when watching the Olympics is the hidden world of incontinence. (more…)

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Would Incontinence Fixation Pants Benefit You?

Wearing incontinence pads can be life-changing. They feel discreet and light at the same time as providing you with confidence. However, keeping them in place can be a difficulty that many people experience. (more…)

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How to Make Air Travel with Incontinence Easier

Urinary Incontinence or faecal incontinence should not turn the holiday…

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Parkinson’s Disease and Incontinence: What is the Link?

Parkinson’s is a degenerative disorder of the central nervous system. It is caused by the loss of nerve cells, which contain a chemical called dopamine. Many people understand Parkinson’s Disease to only cause delayed movement and impaired balance. (more…)

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What are the Different Types of Light Incontinence Products?

When it is unnecessary to buy the most absorbent all in ones for your leaks, it can be hard to know what your options are when choosing light incontinence products. (more…)

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Cryotherapy for Prostate Cancer: What is It?

Prostate cancer recently overtook breast cancer to become the UK’s third biggest cancer killer. According to Prostate Cancer UK, 11,819 men now die from prostate cancer every year. (more…)

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What Causes Secondary Nocturnal Enuresis in Children?

A child learns bladder control at a young age. It can, therefore, be…

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Dehydration in Seniors: Preventing this Surprising Cause of Incontinence

It is estimated that between 6 and 30 percent of hospitalised people aged 65 years and older are dehydrated. Dehydration in seniors is a problem that requires more research and understanding. (more…)

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A Guide to Choosing Bowel Incontinence Products

Bowel incontinence, also known as faecal incontinence is a surprisingly common condition in both men and women. There is currently an under-reporting due to patients’ reluctance to talk about the condition. This results in many people being unaware of the bowel incontinence products that are available to them.

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Anal Sphincter Muscle Damage: A Common Cause of Faecal Incontinence

What Causes Anal Sphincter Muscle Damage? Childbirth is the most…

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What Is Chronic Prostatitis?

Urological disease experts assert that between 35-50% of males experience symptoms of Prostatitis…

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Dementia and Incontinence: How to provide Exceptional Care

Continence is something that is learnt and retained during childhood. However, staying continent is harder than simply a rehearsed skill in people with Dementia. (more…)

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Why is there a High Prevalence of Incontinence in Stroke Patients?

Sadly, half of all people admitted to hospital with a stroke will have lost control over their bladder. Incontinence in stroke patients can severely affect their quality of life and be a life-changing condition. (more…)

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How Does Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia Cause Incontinence?

Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia is a non-cancerous increase in the size of the prostate. Despite being rarely discussed, Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia is currently the most prevalent urological disease in men. (more…)

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Choosing Toilet Aids for the Elderly

As we age, we might find that we need help with tasks that…

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Incontinence after Robotic Prostatectomy: What to Expect

Robotic Prostatectomy is becoming the most prominent choice for the surgical removal of…

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How to Stop Incontinence Naturally: The Myths and Facts

In extreme cases, surgery methods are necessary in treating incontinence. It can be easy to jump straight to long-term treatment methods without thinking. (more…)

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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 or after pregnancy. (more…)

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Bladder Surgery for Stress Incontinence: What are your Options?

The term “bladder surgery” is one which many people edge away from. It can be invasive and extreme. However, when desperately needed, it can make a life-changing difference. (more…)

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Reflex Incontinence: What is It?

Many of us have never heard of the term “reflex incontinence”. However, it…

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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. A recent study called the “Left Out and Left Behind Report” is the first UK paper shedding light on children’s experiences. (more…)

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Teenage Incontinence : Where to Start

Experiencing incontinence can be scary and embarrassing. Finding out you have the condition…

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Why is Faecal Incontinence in the Elderly so Common?

Faecal incontinence is the second most common reason for committing the elderly to…

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What Causes Post Micturition Leakage?

Post Micturition Leakage, also known as Post Micturition Dribble (PMD) is a common…

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Living with a Hyperactive Colon: Tips and Advice

A hyperactive colon is commonly referred to as an irritable bowel. The condition…

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Choosing the Best Male Incontinence Pants

Incontinence refers to the involuntary loss of urine or stool due to several…

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The use of an Anal Plug for Incontinence Management

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Overactive Bowel : What are the Causes and Symptoms?

Toilet habits differ from person to person depending on the lifestyle…

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What is Double Incontinence?

Although there are many different types of incontinence, many people are not aware…

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How to Treat Stress Incontinence in Males

What Causes Male Stress Incontinence?   It is estimated that 22.6 million men are affected by severe incontinence. Although stress incontinence accounts for only 12.5% of these men, it can still be a life-changing and traumatic condition that you should understand how to manage.

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What is Functional Incontinence?

It is likely that you have read articles or heard discussions about stress incontinence, urge incontinence and overflow incontinence. However, functional incontinence is a common condition that is less well known.   (more…)

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Diabetes and Incontinence: Why are these Conditions so Closely Linked?

Diabetes is a condition that is on the rise. It is estimated that there are around 2.9 million sufferers in the UK. (more…)

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What is Total Incontinence?

Total incontinence is the continuous and total loss of urinary control and is…

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How to Treat Nighttime Incontinence

Experiencing leakage during the night often happens to individuals as they age. This…

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What Causes Senior Incontinence and how can it be Managed?

It is estimated that 32% of older people in the UK are affected…

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Practising Male Incontinence Exercises

Incontinence can often be a barrier to an individual’s participation in sport and fitness activities. However, it may come as a surprise to hear that exercise can actually be a form of treatment for incontinence. (more…)

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What is the ideal Diet Plan for Managing Faecal Incontinence?

Faecal incontinence is generally defined as the recurrent inability to voluntarily control the…

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