Tag: Bladder Health
As Bladder Health Awareness Month comes to an end, we’d…
November is National Bladder Health Awareness Month, a time to…
When the bladder is diseased or is no longer working…
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!
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 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.
Are you experiencing recurrent urinary tract infections as you use intermittent catheters? Check out some of our top tips for UTI prevention!
Dealing with incontinence or an inability to ‘go’ when you need to ‘go?’ You might have a neurogenic bladder. Learn all about this condition in our latest blog!
September is Interstitial Cystitis and Bladder Pain Syndrome Awareness Month. Find out more about this condition, its symptoms, and potential treatments from someone who has personal experience with IC.
Bladder is one of the most commonly diagnosed cancers, so we feel it’s important to offer as much information as possible on this topic so any potential symptoms can be caught early. Learn more about bladder cancer with our latest blog.
If you use catheters or live with a spinal cord injury, it may be a good idea for you to see a urological specialist at least once a year. Learn why this is crucial, as well as potential risk factors for bladder conditions, in our latest blog.