Each person is unique, consequently there is not just one answer on how to best learn to perform IC. Here we explore the different options.
To live with a condition that requires you to catheterise on a regular basis may feel overwhelming in the beginning. Find comfort in the fact that you are not alone, in fact, up to 400 million people worldwide live with incontinence.
Thanks to intermittent catheterisation (IC) it's possible to handle bladder problems on your own terms, in your own time and live a life uninterrupted by accidents and worry.
In the following pages, we've collected some useful tips for starting IC and for getting the best from the practice in the long run. There are also stories from others whose lives have been improved through catheterisation.
By learning how self-catheterisation can support you, you will be able to continue to live your life to the fullest. Here are some tips and tricks for IC.
We spoke to some of our users who share their stories on how they live and cope with bladder problems and intermittent catheterisation.