Discovering you have incontinence can be daunting, which is why we’re here to help. Understanding the condition is the best way to manage it and carry on with your life as normal.
Help & support with bladder problems
From pregnancy and childbirth to prostate conditions, stress incontinence to nocturnal enuresis, we're here to help. Explore our advice to find out everything you need to know about the types and causes of incontinence, treatment options and how to manage it.
Around 10 million people in the UK are affected by incontinence, so you’re not alone if you have noticed symptoms. The first step to finding the right treatment is to determine which type of incontinence you have. The information below will help you to identify your condition before you visit your doctor for a proper diagnosis and advice on treatment.Read More
Causes of incontinence
Urinary incontinence is common, and you’re certainly not alone if you’re experiencing it. There are various types of incontinence and many things that can cause and trigger the condition. Incontinence isn’t confined to one gender and isn’t exclusively linked to ageing. Read on to discover some of the common causes of incontinence.Read More
Living with incontinence
Discovering you have incontinence can be an emotional experience; however, with the right advice and management techniques, it needn’t stop you living your life as normal. This page contains tips to help you live your life with confidence.Read More
How to Treat Urinary Incontinence
Incontinence affects millions of men and women worldwide, so you shouldn’t feel embarrassed to seek treatment. In many cases, urinary incontinence is curable, and the condition is always manageable. The type of incontinence you’re experiencing will dictate the treatment that is suitable for you. The first step to overcoming incontinence should always be to speak to your GP, who’ll work with you to offer suitable treatment.Read More