All About Digestive Health
JOIN OUR NEWSLETTER
Receive custom tools to help you manage your condition and get the latest in bladder and bowel health from NAFC!
Are We Really Going To Talk About Digestive Health?
Yes we are – and it’s about time! So many of us are uncomfortable when it comes to talking about normal bodily functions like digestion, but there’s no reason we should be. After all, digestive health is something that every human on earth deals with every single day – if you didn’t, you wouldn’t be reading this right now.
But we get it, digestion – especially the end product – isn’t the most appealing topic, and it can make a lot of people squeamish.
That squeamishness is a big part of the reason why the workings of the digestive system aren’t as well known as they could be, and they’re part of why conditions of the bowel are still so taboo.
Well, we’re here to tell you put aside the embarrassment. Understanding how your digestive system works, what might be going on if you have symptoms of disorder, and what you can do to address those systems is remarkably important.
Learn more about your digestive health by clicking through the links below.
Question: I just had my prostate removed a few weeks ago, and wasn’t prepared for the bladder leaks I’ve been experiencing. My doctor never told
If you suffer from Overactive Bladder (OAB), you have likely tried some form of treatment to manage your symptoms. But you may not be aware
Janet Firestone, the National Medicaid account executive for Tranquility shares insights as she has been working directly with Medicaid recipients and care coordinators, navigating the Medicaid process to determine coverage and connecting them with authorized suppliers to help them get the incontinence products they need.
Recently, Aeroflow Urology, a national provider of continence care supplies through insurance, surveyed hundreds of women, aged 40-64, to learn more about their journey with