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Was Intermittent Self Catheterization (ISC) surprisingly doable for you? Have you heard any continence myths that you would like to debunk?
We know ISC is often overlooked and that information on it is scarce. That’s why we are shedding a light on stories, thoughts, and experiences that aren’t usually discussed. We want to increase understanding of self-catheterization and empower more people – now and in the future.
Your story can inspire others.
Learn about Aoife Madden’s journey with Fowler’s Syndrome and how she’s created a community platform for other intermittent catheter users to share their experiences.
Learn top ISC tips from urology nurse Corey Knott.
“I tell them to wiggle their toes as if they’re on a beach and their feet are covered in sand; take deep breaths, go slow.”
We believe that sharing knowledge about continence care is key to increasing understanding and encouraging bladder best practices. Visit our Continence Care Learning Center to learn more about bladder health, ISC, and living with a neurological condition.
Here are some resources to get you started:
Understanding Intermittent Catheterization
Intermittent catheters are used to empty the bladder on a regular basis. They can give you the freedom to work, travel, and carry out everyday activities.
Intermittent Catheterization: What It Is and Other Basics
If you'll be using intermittent catheterization to manage your bladder disorder, there is a lot to consider. Set yourself up for success by learning the basics here.
Go with the Flow – Intermittent Catheterization Relaxation Tips
If you are new to intermittent catheterization, you may find the idea of catheter insertion a bit unnerving. Fortunately, there are some simple tips that can make the process easier.
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