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How many women suffer from Incontinence in Australia?
Incontinence in women is a very common but treatable condition. Twice as many women as men will experience urinary incontinence at some point in their lives. This is more common as they advance in age. Often incontinence is felt to be an embarrassing condition that can range anywhere from slight to quite severe. It is important to remember that with the right treatment and products incontinence does not have to change a woman’s quality or enjoyment of life.
How many people suffer from Incontinence in Australia?
Both women, men and teenagers can have their lives severely impacted by the difficulties that incontinence can bring. Incontinence is often thought of as a taboo subject, but is actually a widespread worldwide condition that doesn’t discriminate between male and female, size, shape, physical or mental capability or even age. Research also tells us that in Australia around 1 in 100 adolescents regularly wet the bed during the night and that between 20,000 and 60,000 children aged from 13 to 18 experience some form of incontinence. However embarrassing or taboo incontinence may seem, it is important to note that almost all of us will be affected by it at some time in our lives and there are incontinence products and comfortable solutions available to ensure we continue to live a full and active life style.
What types of Incontinence related conditions do women suffer from?
According to the Continence Foundation of Australia women suffer from 2 main incontinence related conditions.
Pelvic floor muscles in women: Pelvic floor muscles support your bladder, bowel and uterus (womb). It is important to keep your pelvic floor muscles strong.
Pelvic Organ Prolapse: Pelvic organ prolapse (POP) is common in women and can impact on bladder control. It won’t get better on its own, but help is available.
What lifestages do women commonly suffer from Incontinence?
Pregnancy and childbirth: After pregnancy and childbirth women have an increase risk of leaking urine, due to weaker pelvic floor muscles.
Menopause: Menopause is a time of change in a woman's life. One of the changes that many women notice is increased difficulty with bladder and bowel control.
Australian Incontinence Product Suppliers For Women Online
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The team at Conticare strive to provide real value and a wide choice of products for your personal healthcare requirements. We are also a registered NDIS continence aid provider and an authorised Depend distributor. Conticare delivers directly to aged care facilities, nursing services, pharmacies and hospitals but our core strength is home delivery in discreet packaging to domestic households. Unlike most of our competitors, all Conticare products are stretch wrapped in black wrap ensuring total confidentiality to all our customers of purchases made through Conticare. Browse our full range of incontinence products for women online!