Urinary Incontinence Resources People Can Use
Several organizations in the U.S. offer support and educational materials for those suffering with bladder issues and incontinence.
The website Everyday Health estimates 25 million Americans deal with some form of incontinence. It has assembled a list of resources for those consumers and their caregivers to consult, from links for the National Association for Continence (NAFC) to the phone number to reach The Simon Foundation for Continence (1-800-237-4666) to recommendations for books such as “100 Questions and Answers about Overactive Bladder and Urinary Incontinence.”
A sample entry will provide the name of the resource or organization, as well as a website address to visit and a phone number to call. It also includes a brief summary of what the resource does and how they might be able to help individuals with bowel or bladder issues.
To read more, visit https://www.everydayhealth.com/urinary-incontinence/guide/resources/.
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