Australian and New Zealand Continence Journal article on an effective surgical treatment for large central cystoceles: anterior bridge plus transvaginal holding sutures
A bladder diary helps record the amount of urine you pass
every time you go to the toilet and every time you leak. It is a tool health professionals may use to determine the type of bladder problems you are experiencing when developing your treatment plan.
This is a bowel diary specifically designed for children (paediatrics). When completed it can assist health professionals to determine any bowel function problems and if required the development of an individual treatment program.
This poster explains constipation may result in a person passing liquid faeces – which may be mistaken for diarrhoea. It also suggests where you can get help.
The 2011 Deloitte Access Economics report 'The Economic Impact of Incontinence in Australia' highlights the broader burden faced by the estimated 4.8 million Australians living with incontinence.