It's only recently that health care providers have begun to notice the connection between bladder and bowel dysfunction.
The impact is huge for people with neurogenic diseases such as Multiple Sclerosis (MS) Spinal Cord Injury (SCI), or Parkinsons disease. In a lot of cases, bladder and bowel symptoms coexist, side by side and interact. So it's time for a more holistic approach for the benefit of patients.
But there are challenges to overcome - for both the patient and the healthcare provider, so that a complete, holistic approach to bladder and bowel dysfunction delivers better care and a better quality of life.
We've collected testimonies from those with bladder and bowel dysfunction related to their neurogenic diagnosis, who's lives have been improved when the bladder and bowel have been treated together, and we explore the therapies that help to improve the lives of those with bladder and bowel dysfunction, so that both patient and professional can reach a better quality of life.
Your diagnosis and the bladder
How your condition can effect bladder function and information on how intermittent catheterization can help you.
Common Bowel Problems
Here you'll find information about the most common issues that may affect the digestive tract.
Advancing Continence Care Together
A forum for experts to explore the benefits of combined bladder and bowel treatment, sharing their experience and knowledge with fellow health care professionals.
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