Margaret Wilson worked at a Nurse Continence Specialist- led pessary clinic in a rural service, and provides women with advice and reassurance. At the clinic, specially trained nurses see women
Bronwyn Ford’s journey with pelvic organ prolapse has been emotional. She describes frustration, sadness, anger and disbelief but on the other side – acceptance, resilience and empowerment. Research shows prolapse
The NPTM APP Can Benefit Everyone! The National Public Toilet Map comes in very handy when you’re on the road as one of our staff members can attest! Her daughter
Of all the changes a woman can face after giving birth, for Elicia O’Reilly, unexpected incontinence was the worst. After giving birth to a large overdue baby, Elicia was shocked
Many older women don’t have regular vaginal examinations, but this is important for a woman’s health throughout her whole life. Nurse Continence Specialist Janie Thompson, Clinical Services Manager, leads the
It is a little-known fact that as many as 40% of women will experience some form of pelvic organ prolapse (POP), and 11% will undergo surgery for prolapse or experience
As COVID-19 crept across our shores and lockdowns followed, a typical scenario was the panic buying seen in Australian supermarkets. Whilst toilet paper was in high demand, spare a thought
Dr Therese Burke is an MS Certified Nurse and Research Fellow at the University of Notre Dame, Australia and Clinical Platform Coordinator at MS Research Australia/MS Australia.
Stay on top of your continence health and find out how your prostate can affect your bladder and bowels. The prostate is a walnut-sized gland with a big impact on
Stay on top of your continence health and learn about what the pelvic floor is, how to find it and how to exercise it. What is continence? Continence is the