Mischa Bongers, CQUniversity Australia “Kegels” and pelvic floor exercises are usually associated with “women’s business” – think pregnancy, childbirth, and menopause. But men have pelvic floors too. Just like women, at various times in their lives men can benefit from training their pelvic floors to address a variety of health concerns. About 30% of men […]
Finding the right specialist for your incontinence issue is important. Learn more about your options and tips on who to see in this post.
Do you leak when you laugh, sneeze or cough? This is called Stress Urinary Incontinence. Learn more about it and ways to treat it.
You may think that because you have incontinence you need to limit your fluids, but that’s not necessarliy the case.
Adult diaper rash is a common condition, especially for people with incontinence, or those being cared for by a loved one or staff at a long-term care facility. It’s typically not serious but can get worse if left untreated. Prevention is often the best treatment.
Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) and Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) are both chronic conditions that have very similar symptoms. Yet, they are in fact different, and, yes, it is possible for someone to have both at the same time. Learn what sets them apart.
Are the products you use for incontinence safe? Learn more about what this means and what to look for.
It may seem strange, but noting the color of your urine can tell you a lot about your overall health. Here’s what each shade means.
Hear from our Continence Care Champion, Dr. Toby Chai in this episode of Life Without Leaks.
Wondering what the difference is between a small bladder and an overactive bladder? Our Doc explains it in this post.
A recent study found that up to 80 percent of people who experience incontinence wear the wrong products, and it’s understandable– from the absorbency level to the brands and sizing, it can be overwhelming to know what’s right for you. While it may not seem significant to be wearing the wrong incontinence product, it can […]
Learn about a new way to improve pelvic health in this episode of Life Without Leaks.