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Incontinence Bedding Sale Extended!

  • On August 15, 2007
Due to the high demand from customers we are extending our sale on Incontinence Bed protection items until the 16th August. So if you’ve not bought already, you’ve another 24 hours to get your order in. Don’t forget – our sale covers most products in our massive incontinence protection range -this includes Allergon mattress covers, […]
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Incontinence Pad and Pant Sample Packs

  • On August 13, 2007
Not sure which Incontinence product is the right one for you? You’re not alone in that case. Many customers know roughly what level of absorption they require but aren’t sure whether a shaped incontinence pad, pull-up incontinence pants or an all in one pad such as Tena Slip will be the best item for their […]
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Save up to 30% on Incontinence Bed Protection until 14th August

  • On August 7, 2007
You’ve got until 14th August to enjoy savings of up to 30% on our massive range of incontinence bed protection. This includes Ganmill washable bed pads, Allergon mattress covers, Allergon duvet and pillow protectors, standard PVC mattress covers and heavy duty total enclosure mattress covers. All are available in a range of sizes, most items […]
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New Products – Disposal Units

  • On July 31, 2007
The problem of disposing of used pads can be a common one for people using disposable incontinence products on a regular basis. The Sangenic Twist and Seal system is a unique, patented system that individually wraps each individual incontinence pad or pant in a fragranced anti-bacterial film, and contains them until the unit is full […]
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New Products – Gloves

  • On July 27, 2007
Following lots of requests we have now launched a new range of gloves, ideal for people who may be nursing at home. These gloves are made from nitrile which means they combine high strength with flexibility and don’t have the allergy problems associated with latex gloves. To make them further allergy friendly they are all […]
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Pelvic Floor Exercises – How do I do them?

  • On July 2, 2007
Pelvic Floor Exercises can be done almost anywhere, the secret is to ensure you do them regularly. Stand, sit or lie with your knees slightly apart (sitting is easiest). Now imagine that you are trying to stop yourself passing wind from the back passage; to do this, you must tighten the muscles round the back […]
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Pelvic Floor Exercises – What is the Pelvic Floor?

  • On June 27, 2007
The pelvic floor muscles are a group of muscles found inside the pelvis that form a floor in the body. They surround the urethra, vagina and rectum and should, along with the sphincter muscles, maintain control over these openings. The muscles should also support the urethra, bladder and womb and withstand all increases in abdominal […]
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Pelvic Floor Exercises – Why are they important?

  • On June 27, 2007
A few of the earlier articles have mentioned Pelvic Floor exercises – a simple yet very important activity that can significantly improve and reduce stress incontinence and bladder control problems. Even more importantly, regularly doing Pelvic Floor exercises can reduce the risk of experiencing incontinence problems later on in life, especially following childbirth. Over the […]
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