Category: Catheter Resources
November is National Bladder Health Awareness Month, a time to…
When the bladder is diseased or is no longer working…
If your child self-caths, you might be worried about what their routine will be like when they’re back in school. Take a look at our top tips for heading back to school when using catheters.
Are you experiencing symptoms of urine leakage or bladder retention after your prostate surgery? You may need to use catheters to keep your bladder drained and healthy. Find out more tips for new catheter users after a prostatectomy!
If you find yourself using the bathroom more often than usual, having nighttime accidents, or leaking urine during the day, you may have overactive bladder (OAB). Here’s what you need to know!
No-touch catheterization techniques and no-touch catheters have become increasingly popular over the years. We’ve put together a complete guide to no-touch catheters to help you decide which option is right for you.
Do you experience urine leakage when you exercise or even when you laugh or sneeze? You may have stress incontinence. Find out some of the top tips to manage your urinary incontinence!
Are you experiencing pain when you use catheters? Get our top tips for making catheterization more smooth and comfortable!
Have you been told it’s okay to wash and reuse your intermittent catheters? You may have the wrong advice. Find out the number one reason to never reuse your catheters in our latest blog!
If you have a spinal cord injury that has left you with limited hand dexterity, you may be looking for a way to gain back some of your independence and take over your cathing routine yourself. The new MTG Eagle™ Board may be just what you need. Get the scoop from guest blogger and Eagle™ Board-user Mason Ellis.
Are you one of the millions of women affected by urinary incontinence? Do you also suffer from feelings of sadness, emptiness, or hopelessness? You’re not alone! Find out more about the link between incontinence and depression in women.
Looking for the best catheters for women? Find out about the three main sub-categories of female intermittent catheters to learn which may be the right kind for your needs!