WE NEED TO TALK ABOUT INCONTINENCE

It’s time we talked about genitourinary health. Changes to our hormone levels can cause a range of symptoms as we enter perimenopause, menopause and beyond. Here, we guide you through some of the most common concerns.

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Why do I keep getting urinary tract infections? And why are chronic UTIs so hard to treat?
Why do I keep getting urinary tract infections? And why are chronic UTIs so hard to treat?

Why do I keep getting urinary tract infections? And why are chronic UTIs so hard to treat?

Managing chronic urinary tract infections (UTIs) involves dealing with more than just occasional discomfort. It feels like an eternal struggle against an invisible opponent, turning everyday tasks into challenges. Discover potential treatments by reading further.

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Mythbusters: Incontinence

Like taxes and money, incontinence is one of those topics we don’t always feel comfortable discussing. But with one in four Australians being affected by incontinence, it’s a condition we need to talk about more freely. Social stigma and a lack of education around...

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What are kegel exercise devices? We explore the effectiveness these devices can have on your pelvic health.

Why you shouldn’t make a habit of doing a ‘just in case’ wee — and don’t tell your kids to either

Everybody has quickly used the bathroom “just in case” before leaving or while they are passing. However this can lead to a lifelong habit.

Does running water really trigger the urge to pee?

Find out how the “brain-bladder axis” regulates our urinal impulses, ranging from anxious bathroom breaks to pre-shower rushes.