For those young people who identify as men there are important introductions to certain and often unspoken rules of urinal etiquette to follow
Have you ever been told off by your partner, wife, mother or work colleagues for missing the toilet ………
Unlike women blokes don’t give birth, so historically we have not had the need, resources or inclination to discuss any leakage of urine. So, when we get a bit of a dribble now and then …..
One of the most challenging things about caring for someone with incontinence is the washing.
When I was a carer for my ill son, I was astounded at how much washing I had to do….
Many people have been doing intermittent self –catheterisation (ISC) since childhood. They had incomplete bladder emptying as a result of conditions such as Spina bifida and required catheterisation from a very early age.
Do you really want to wear a pad for the rest of your life? Women generally grow accustomed to wearing a pad from an early age when they start to use them for their periods.