If you want to know how catheters work, how often you should self catheterize and how to avoid problems with intermittent catheterization, you've come to the right place! Intermittent self-catheterization mimics the natural rhythm of urinating, making it the second best way to empty the bladder. By developing healthy habits early on, you can regain your freedom while reducing the risk of infection and long-term complications.
Learn more about how to successfully implement a urinary catheterization routine with these videos and articles for beginners!
Overcoming the Top Challenges for New Catheter Users
Here are some tips, tricks and workarounds to make self-catheterization as easy and comfortable as possible.
A Woman's Guide to Intermittent Catheterization
It takes some time to get used to urinary catheters, especially for women. In this blog post, we'll help you overcome the barriers!
Understanding Water Balance and Osmolality
The amount of water you drink affects how smoothly a catheter will go in. Here's how to find the right balance for your body!
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