Bladder Weakness: your questions answered

We’ve put this information section together to help you understand more about bladder weakness and what you can do about it. There’s a section on the causes and types of bladder weakness, and a useful 'What you can do' section with tips and advice for you to browse. You can even sort fact from fiction with our quick quiz, and banish those unhelpful myths about bladder weakness. However, if you would like further information or advice, or have additional specific questions relating to bladder weakness, please consult your GP/other health professional.


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  • Bladder weakness: fact or fiction

    There are loads of myths surrounding bladder weakness and you may well have heard a few yourself. Take this quick quiz so you are equipped with fact rather than fiction.

  • Discover the causes of bladder weakness

    Believe it or not there are several reasons why a person might experience bladder weakness, the most common of which are detailed in this section. Understanding why your body is behaving in a certain way makes it easier to find the best tactics to help your individual situation.

  • Which type of bladder weakness do you have?

    The advice and tips given differ according to the types of female bladder weakness you have. This section will help you identify your type so you can then find out the best solution for your individual needs.

  • What you can do about bladder weakness

    This is where you’ll find the information and tactics to best suit your type of female bladder weakness as well as some useful lifestyle tips and advice to help ensure comfort, discretion and security.

  • Bladder weakness: frequently asked questions

    If you still have questions in your mind about bladder weakness and how to manage it, why not check here first and get some background on the subject. If after reading our FAQs, you still have a query, then please contact us.

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