We’re all different, and not all urinary issues are equally severe. Some, such as incontinence and urinary tract infections (UTI’s) are more common than you may think. And there are many possibilities for treatment and management of these conditions.
In this section, we focus on the most common forms of urinary complications (peeing problems) where intermittent catheterisation can be part of the treatment solution. It is intended for your information only - if you believe you might have some of the symptoms we describe, be sure to contact a healthcare professional as soon as possible. Click in the list below for more information about each category.
Incontinence - when you can’t hold back or control leakage
Stress, urge, overflow incontinence, symptoms and treatment.
Urinary Tract Infection (UTI)
How to prevent and avoid urinary tract infections, or UTI’s, and how to treat them.
The Bladder and Bowel Community's website offers different services, advice, downloadable content and general support for those with chronic illness.
Continence Worldwide offers advice on products available for the different needs in continence care.
International Alliance of Patients organizations is a health-themed blog, in French.
This article about bladder cancer lists symptoms of the disease.
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