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Choosing the right disposable incontinence pad

Choosing the right disposable incontinence pad

When it comes to choosing the right incontinence pad, you really don’t want to waste time or money on buying the wrong one. But more importantly, you don’t want to be let down by a pad that is the wrong absorbency or fit for you. We understand that you want to have...

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Managing bladder weakness: our 5 top tips

Managing bladder weakness: our 5 top tips

Living with bladder weakness may seem challenging at first, but if you only have a light to moderate bladder weakness, some simple lifestyle adjustments will make all the difference to managing your condition. Read on for our advice and tips to help manage bladder...

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Let’s talk about bladder weakness…

Let’s talk about bladder weakness…

If you follow us on Facebook, you’ll know we regularly share stories from the media about incontinence. Why? Because it shows that slowly but surely the taboo around bladder weakness is changing – and we welcome that with open arms. Incontinence affects literally...

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Travelling again with confidence

Travelling again with confidence

It’s been a while since many of us have travelled – whether that’s an overnight visit in the UK to friends, family or a B&B or hotel, or perhaps a holiday abroad. Slowly but surely, things are getting back ‘to normal’, and as the weather improves, it’s natural...

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Is it possible to have the best quality at the cheapest price?

Is it possible to have the best quality at the cheapest price?

There’s a question! It’s one we have been contemplating for many years, especially in a competitive industry such as ours. Recently we’ve been considering pricing for our new catalogue. We are really keen to keep any price increases to an absolute minimum, and in some...

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Incontinence products and the environment

Incontinence products and the environment

Concern for the environment has never been higher; whether it’s climate change, water and plastic pollution or how we dispose of waste – these issues are the focus of numerous charities and pressure groups campaigning to increase our awareness about our actions on the...

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Incontinence in children

Incontinence in children

Incontinence in children is known as enuresis – but is more commonly known as bed-wetting. It very generally takes two forms: nocturnal enuresis, or bed-wetting at night, is the more common. Daytime wetting is called diurnal enuresis. Because it’s normal for children...

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Tips for managing incontinence and dementia

Tips for managing incontinence and dementia

Incontinence is sadly all too common in people who have dementia; it is thought that around 60 to 70% of people with Alzheimer’s will develop incontinence, usually in the later stages of dementia. If you live with someone who has this condition, it can be useful to...

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