Tag: Bladder Health

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May is Bladder Cancer Awareness Month

Did you know that May is Bladder Cancer Awareness Month?…

Multiple Sclerosis & Its Connection to Incontinence

Are you living with Multiple Sclerosis (MS)? If so, you…

What Is a Neobladder & What’s It Like Living with One?

Medical technology continues to evolve, and many medical conditions can…

What Should You Know About Bladder Augmentation?

Many people who perform self-catheterization may ultimately decide to undergo…

Get to Know The Simon Foundation for Continence

As Bladder Health Awareness Month comes to an end, we’d…

Bladder-Friendly Fresh Bean Salsa

November is National Bladder Health Awareness Month, a time to…

What Are the Differences Between a Urostomy and a Mitrofanoff Procedure?

When the bladder is diseased or is no longer working…

Tips for Cathing After Prostate Cancer Surgery

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!

What You Need to Know About Overactive Bladder

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!

3 Tips to Prevent Stress Incontinence During Physical Activity

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!

The Number One Reason Why You Shouldn’t Reuse Your Catheters

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!

The Link Between Urinary Incontinence & Depression in Women

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.