This bold claim may sound a little bombastic, but this is a message from the World Health Organization (WHO). Women’s health not only concern women, but their families, communities and societies at large. In other words – it’s a concern of high priority.
Generally women face greater difficulties in getting the health care they need and it’s clear that changes are needed. WHO calls for reforms to ensure that women are centrally involved in their care. we agree and want to contribute!
Our vision: to make it possible for all women to succeed with Intermittent Catheterization. This movie explains how.
Women and UTI
Urinary tract infections (UTIs) are the world’s most common type of bacterial infection. Here's what women who catheterize need to know.
Women and LUTS
LUTS is short for Lower Urinary Tract Symptoms, and includes symptoms like frequency, urgency, poor stream and dribbling. Here's what women need to know.
Intermittent Catheterization for Women
IC is a discreet and convenient method of relieving the bladder. But is it easy to perform? Let's put those worries at ease.
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