Urinary incontinence is a common condition among the elderly population nationwide. Learn more about this condition and the most effective medications to treat it.
When your doctor first prescribes an intermittent catheter, they will match you with the best type of catheter to suit your personal needs. There are many different types of catheters, and it may take trying a few different types before finding the one that is most comfortable and effective for your specific needs.
Loss of bladder control can occur after a spinal cord injury if certain nerves are damaged, but there are ways to treat your incontinence symptoms.
Condom catheters are an excellent choice to assist with urinary incontinence in men. Find out if these catheters are right for you.
Buying catheter supplies in stores can be costly and time-consuming. Find out why getting them through insurance is more convenient!
Your catheter coverage may be changing this year! Find out if you can still get your catheter supplies through Medicare.
Experiencing pain when self-catheterizing is not normal! Read our 7 ways to reduce your pain.
When you have a false passage, you may experience pain when using your intermittent catheter. Find out how to avoid them and heal them to regain quality of life.
Learn about urethral trauma and how to avoid it with this catheter troubleshooting post.
Urethritis can be painful when using your intermittent catheter. Get tips on how to prevent it.