Incontinence: A problem in anyone's language
Talking about incontinence can be difficult, but it doesn't matter what language you speak, help is available.
Our language pages have fact sheets and audio translations on bedwetting, pregnancy, pelvic floor muscles, and products.
Incontinence is important in any language, find the help you need in your language: continence.org.au/other-languages
More than 4.8 million Australians experience bladder or bowel control problems. The Continence Foundation of Australia's vision is to have a community free of the stigma of incontinence. We provide information on funding, referral and products. We also offer free resources for individuals, carers and professionals to help treat weak bladder, leakage, constipation and bedwetting. Phone a nurse on 1800 33 00 66 for free advice.
The Continence Foundation of Australia is offering fee-paying scholarships for the Graduate Certificate in Continence Promotion and Management until December 12.
It's World Diabetes Day, and one of the lesser known consequences of type 2 diabetes is its potential to exacerbate bladder and bowel control problems.
Women who experience incontinence after childbirth are nearly twice as likely to experience post natal depression as other new mothers, recent research in Canada has revealed.
A free forum for people at risk of pelvic floor problems
Everything you wanted to know but were too afraid to ask about Female Pelvic Organ Prolapse. Free community seminar.
The 24th National Conference on Incontinence in Melbourne at the Crown Conference Centre, 25-28 November 2015.
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