For those with bladder incontinence, the correlation between what ails them and the treatments and products available, is quite confusing. Below is a simplification of what ailments should correlate with which products.
For those with postoperative bladder incontinence especially.
For those who suffer from spinal chord injury, spina bifida, multiple sclerosis, prostate enlargement, urethral strictures or post-operative urinary retention.
For those who are prone to urinary tract infections.
Supra-pubic Urine Drainage
For those who need operational methods of catheterising
For those who have obstruction blockages such as stones or clots.
For those of us who do not currently suffer from bladder incontinence, there are certain preventative measures that you can take to help stave it off.
Do Not Smoke
If you are a smoker, it would be sensible to put it out if you want to remain healthy in all senses.
These are exercises that strengthen your urinary muscles to aid those who already have bladder incontinence and to help others prevent it. A tutorial for males can be found here. While a tutorial for females can be found here.
Avoid Bladder irritants
This mainly focuses on the consumption of coffee and other drinks containing caffeine. The caffeine induces urination more than drinking other fluids, so drinking one less cup of coffee a day could make all the difference.
Have a fibrous diet
Having a high fibre diet promotes regular and healthy toilet stops which can only serve to help your body in the long run!
Maintain a Healthy Diet and Exercise Regularly
Living a healthy lifestyle shows benefits in the toilet department.