When it comes to continence, it’s a topic that many people shy away from discussing openly. However, the truth is that continence issues can affect individuals of all ages and genders. Whether it’s urinary incontinence or faecal incontinence, these conditions can significantly impact a person’s quality of life. In this article, I will shed light on why continence is everyone’s problem and provide actionable steps you can take to address it.
Women like to chat, but there’s one thing that even we won’t talk about. Any idea? Well, it’s bladder weakness. New research by Ontex Healthcare reveals that nearly half the 1,000 women surveyed (48%) are too embarrassed to talk to their friends about it, yet only 18% are embarrassed to talk to their GP. Odd? […]
Vaginas – not exactly something that is talked about much. Lots of alternative words are used, lots of references to ‘bits’ and ‘down below’ and LOTS of interference with them before, during and and after pregnancy and childbirth, yet there is still such a taboo about anything involving them. You might hear someone asking to […]
Whether you are planning a pregnancy, just pregnant or a veteran at having babies, you are likely to be aware of some of the less exciting aspects of bringing a new life into the world. Pelvic floor exercises were something I took really seriously before, during and after my pregnancies after hearing a few horror […]