Bladder cancer is the 7th most common type in the UK. It is estimated that over 100,000 people are living with it in the UK. However, the link between incontinence and bladder cancer is something we hardly hear about.
Triggers for incontinence can be bizarre, varying from a chronic cough to obesity related incontinence. Surprisingly, high blood pressure can worsen or cause incontinence.
Incontinence can have a huge impact on anyone, particularly those with Dementia. Finding an ideal product for someone with Dementia is vital in helping them live life to the fullest.
Hip replacement surgery can be a life-changing treatment and rapidly improve quality of life in the long-run. However, for many who experience incontinence, surgery can have a negative impact.
Bladder problems in menopausal women is common yet rarely spoken of. A possible reason for this problem is the reduction of oestrogen.
Prostate cancer is the most common cancer in men, with more than 47,000 cases diagnosed in the UK every year. With a high success rate, radiation therapy is gradually becoming a more popular option.