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What is the Link Between Fibromyalgia and Urinary Incontinence?

18.05.2018 | Posted in: Urinary Incontinence | Author: Samantha Hall

Fibromyalgia is one of the misunderstood and poorly diagnosed conditions. Characterised by chronic widespread pain, the condition can have a huge impact on an individual’s life.

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What Should Dementia Friendly Bathrooms Look Like?

10.05.2018 | Posted in: Dementia | Author: Samantha Hall

For someone with Dementia, the bathroom can be a confusing and dangerous place. While staying continent is something a lot of people take advantage of, even recognising a toilet can be difficult for someone with incontinence.

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What is Urge Incontinence?

04.05.2018 | Posted in: Urge Incontinence | Author: Samantha Hall

Urge incontinence is often underresearched and misunderstood. However, it is actually the second most common type of incontinence after stress incontinence. Studies even show that urge incontinence gives a significantly greater reduction in health-related quality of life.

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How To Practise Pelvic Floor Exercises for Urinary Incontinence

24.04.2018 | Posted in: Pelvic Floor Exercises, Pelvic Floor Muscles, Urinary Incontinence | Author: Samantha Hall

Urinary incontinence remains a topic people are embarrassed to talk about. As a result, many sufferers are unaware that there are non-invasive methods that can strengthen our pelvic floor, such as pelvic floor exercises.

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Managing Incontinence after Robotic Prostatectomy

19.04.2018 | Posted in: Incontinence, Urinary Incontinence | Author: Samantha Hall

The popularity of the Robotic Prostatectomy has increased rapidly since its introduction in 2000.

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A Full Guide to Stress Incontinence Surgery

16.04.2018 | Posted in: Incontinence, Stress Incontinence | Author: Samantha Hall

Stress incontinence surgery is a rapidly changing field. With constant advances, surgical methods are becoming much more effective. Read the rest of this entry »

Odour Control Systems in Incontinence Products: The Life-Changing Addition

09.04.2018 | Posted in: Incontinence, Skincare | Author: Samantha Hall

Incontinence is often portrayed in the media as something shameful. This increases people’s fear of talking about the problems associated with it.

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What are Incontinence Fixation Pants?

03.04.2018 | Posted in: Incontinence Pants | Author: Samantha Hall

It can sometimes be a struggle to keep your incontinence pads in place, however trying a bulky product is the last thing you want to do. Incontinence fixation pants are a discreet way to keep incontinence pads securely in place.

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Can Diabetes Cause Incontinence?

19.03.2018 | Posted in: Diabetes | Author: Samantha Hall

The link between incontinence and Diabetes is one that is often overlooked. However, many studies and data over the years have shown Diabetes to a huge risk factor for incontinence. A study in 2005 for example, focussed on 1,017 postmenopausal women. 218 women in the study were diabetic. Interestingly, it was the women with Diabetes who reported disproportionately more severe incontinence.

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Mixed Incontinence: What is It?

13.03.2018 | Posted in: Mixed Incontinence | Author: Samantha Hall

Mixed incontinence remains a condition that is poorly researched. The taboo of incontinence further reduces the likelihood of people talking about this issue. However, mixed incontinence is one of the most common forms of incontinence. Just like any other type of incontinence, mixed incontinence can disrupt a person’s day to day life.

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