Being a Special Needs Mama I know that life doesn’t always pan out the way you expect it, that things happen and things change.
One of these things can be incontinence. It’s not something we really talk about but it’s something we should talk about more, to remove the stigma & embarrassment. Incontinence is a condition that affects millions of Brits each year, both adults & children, with & without disabilities, from minor to major incontinence.
So many women experience urinary incontinence during and after pregnancy, in fact approximately 1/3 of women over 30 years old experience it and are often to embarrassed to talk to anyone about it.
There are so many different types of incontinence, and so many solutions and even cures so if more people did talk about it then perhaps more people would know the solutions that could make a big impact to their lives.
Hartman Direct have created a guide which explains how to avoid incontinence via lifestyle choices and some of the solutions available which should be a great help for anyone suffering. You don’t have to suffer in silence, and you aren’t alone in going through this.
Incontinence doesn’t have to be embarrassing. It’s something that can happen to any of us at any point in our life, male or female, young or old.