This fact sheet provides information about arthritis and how it can affect bladder and bowel control.
This fact sheet explains how some of the symptoms and treatments of chronic heart failure can lead to bladder and bowel problems. It provides tips on how to manage bladder and bowel problems and where to get help.
This fact sheet explains what constipation is and how it can affect bladder control. It suggests strategies for improvement and where to get help.
People with diabetes commonly experience problems controlling their bladder and bowel. This fact sheet explains how diabetes can affect bladders and bowels. It also provides tips on how to prevent and manage incontinence.
For Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, this brochure explains how alcohol affects the bladder and bowel and can lead to urinary incontinence and faecal incontinence. It offers tips on how you can help the problem and where to go for help.
This brochure outlines the five steps to help men and women keep in control of their bladder and bowel.
Bowel problems such as constipation and faecal incontinence affect many people. This booklet provides an overview of bowel problems, how to improve bowel function and contact details for professional help and advice.
This fact sheet explains how the physical symptoms of menopause impacts a woman's control of her bladder and bowel and what can be done about it.
This fact sheet explains how poor mental health can increase a person's risk of bladder and bowel control problems. It provides tips on how to prevent and manage incontinence.
This booklet is an excellent resource for people with a spinal cord injury who have bowel problems. It will assist in assessing and developing an individualised bowel management program. It is also suitable for people caring for someone with a spinal cord injury and a bowel problem.
This fact sheet provides information about bladder and bowel control after a stroke, including the causes, types of control problems and where to get help.