Your Continence Matters
Your Continence Matters


In the UK, it is estimated by the NHS that between 3 and 6 million men and women have some degree of  incontinence,(1),   but this does not take into account the many people who do not seek help or perhaps are not incontinent but are managing with bladder or bowel dysfunction.


Feelings of shame, anxiety or embarrassment can stop people from talking to others but I am passionate about getting people talking about it to make help and support more accessible.


Bladder and bowel problems are commonly associated with the ageing process but there are many different reasons such as childbirth, menopause, prostate enlargement and even constipation to name a few but they can have a great impact on a person's quality of life.


You don't need to be incontinent to seek help.  


  • Are you careful about where you go and what you drink?


  • Do you worry about where the next toilet is?


  • Have you stopped doing activities that you enjoy?


  • Experience embarrassing leaks?



Your Continence Matters can help!


You may be concerned about having problems in the future or at the moment it may be just an occasional problem but in many cases bladder and/or bowel symptoms are treatable with some simple lifestyle changes.


1.Irwin, D., Milsom, I. et al. Impact of overactive bladder symptoms on employment, social inteactions and emotional wellbeing in six European countries. British Journal of Urology International: 2005; 97, 96-100

Sue Hill - Continence Specialist

Sue can treat Men and Women with:


  • Stress incontinence
  • Overactive Bladder
  • Urgency
  • Frequency
  • Constipation
  • Faecal incontinence
  • Management of Long term Catheters


and following a Holistic assessment offers:

  • Pelvic floor Exercises
  • Bladder/Bowel re-training
  • Lifestyle advice
  • Medication review 
  • Advice on Long term Catheter Mangement
  • Support with Intermittent Self-Catheterisation


Support and Advice for incontinence management is also available.




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