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Establishing sound routines

Avoid leaks, reduce the risk of complications, and be able to do more. The key is sticking to your ISC schedule and ensuring great hygiene.

Why catheter routines are important

Why catheter routines are important

Inspiration for fitting catheterisations into your daily life

Coming to terms with a new routine

Coming to terms with a new routine

Take charge of your catheterisation and regain control over your bladder

Tips on catheter schedules

Tips on catheter schedules

It is important to catheterise regularly to keep healthy and avoid leakage. These habits should be part of your routine.

Keep a bladder diary

Keep a bladder diary

By keeping a bladder diary you can uncover the scale of your bladder issues

Useful hygiene tips for catheterising

Useful hygiene tips for catheterising

Maintaining good catheterisation hygiene is vital – here’s how you do it

ISC and optimal bladder management

ISC and optimal bladder management

There are many things you can do to make bladder management easier and improve your bladder health. Get inspiration here.

How much should you drink?

How much should you drink?

Why is it important to keep drinking when you have issues emptying your bladder?

What is a urinary tract infection (UTI)?

What is a urinary tract infection (UTI)?

Learn what causes urinary tract infections.

How do I know if I have a UTI?

How do I know if I have a UTI?

If you have some of these symptoms you might have an infection

Trying to avoid UTIs

Trying to avoid UTIs

Follow this advice and minimise your risk of urinary tract infections (UTI)

Special advice for women on UTIs

Special advice for women on UTIs

Women have a higher risk of UTI. Read our advice for good routines.

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