Incontinence Resources and Links
Looking for helpful incontinence resources? 180 Medical offers some helpful links and a wealth of tools and resources related to incontinence care.
180 Medical Incontinence Links & Articles
Incontinence Articles on our Blog
180 Medical’s blog features a host of all kinds of informative articles related to urinary incontinence. For example, you’ll find helpful tips for living with incontinence, more information about product options for issues such as overflow incontinence, and topics related to general bladder health.
Buying Incontinence Supplies Without Insurance
If your insurance doesn’t cover incontinence supplies or has a high deductible, it may make more financial sense to purchase the products you need out of pocket. Try Personally Delivered. They provide a wide range of medical supplies, including enteral and nutrition products, catheters, incontinence supplies, ostomy products, skin and wound care supplies, and more.
You can easily order over the phone or online and set up recurring orders with a credit or debit card if you prefer. Then you can receive your supplies discreetly and quickly — all without going through insurance.
Additional Tools, Support, & Resources
The Simon Foundation for Continence
The Simon Foundation for Continence is a great source for information about bowel and bladder health. They champion awareness and acceptance for those living with incontinence.
The Simon Foundation for Continence Online Support Community
Do you want to talk to others who understand what it’s like to live with urinary incontinence? The Simon Foundation for Continence’s online support group is a great place to start. It’s completely anonymous, although many people make new friends. Either way, you’re sure to find a shoulder to lean on and a safe place for advice and comfort.
Continence Central offers information about the variety of incontinence care products that are available for you and what might work best for your needs. Plus, you can find out more about incontinence supply reimbursement and insurance.
Rude 2 Respect: Challenging Health Stigma
Rude 2 Respect aims to reduce negative social stigmas related to incontinence. This campaign educates, inspires, and collaborates with other non-profit organizations to help others.
The National Association for Continence
The National Association for Continence provides support and educational resources. These resources are available to individuals with incontinence as well as healthcare professionals and caregivers. Find tools, support options, way to connect with others, and more.
Bladder and Bowel Continence Diaries
Courtesy of The National Association for Continence, you can download the below helpful resources. These diaries can help you keep track of your bathroom habits, including incontinence or nighttime bedwetting. It’s a great way to monitor if anything, in particular, might trigger your incontinence.
You can also share this information with your doctor so they can better understand your condition and personalize a treatment plan that works best for you.