Bladder + bowel issues

Common bladder and bowel problems

Incontinence is any accidental or involuntary loss of urine from the bladder (urinary incontinence) or bowel motion, faeces or wind from the bowel (faecal or bowel incontinence).

Here we've brought together articles published by our nurses and industry partners, including information sourced from leading healthcare manufacturers around incontinence topics. Please note the information supplied is general in nature and you should consult your medical practioner for individual advice.

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11 Great Tips for a Healthier Bladder


Menopause and changes in the bladder


Bed and Chair Protection


About Incontinence


Bladder and Bowel Health


Children's Incontinence Products


Choosing the Right Continence Pads


Continence Facts and Figures


Continence Management for Children with Spina Bifida


Does Being Overweight Affect Bladder & Bowel Function?


Drainage Bags


Effective Continence Management and Skin Care


Faecal Incontinence


Fluids


General Incontinence Tips and Hints


Get the Most Out of Your Continence Products


Lack of Sleep Affecting Your Wellbeing


Making the Home More Continence Friendly


Myths About Incontinence


Minimising Skin Care Problems


New Innovation in Continence Management (ABL)


Pelvic Floor Exercises


Skin pH (Incontinence Associated Dermatitis)


Tips for Carers Managing Incontinence


Travelling with Incontinence


Urinary Incontinence After Prostate Surgery


Washable Incontinence Products


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