Stadium Pal / Stadium Gal Make Sporting Events More Fun! Avoid a Common Cause of a Urinary Infection Experienced After Sporting Events Did you know that a cause of a urinary infection can often be holding urine during sporting events for long periods of time? Some people do not like to use public restrooms or…

Understanding the Urinary System and Self-catheterization Your Urinary System Your urinary system consists of five major parts: two kidneys, two ureters, the bladder, sphincter muscle and the urethra.  The kidneys filter our blood and produce urine, which flows down the ureters into the bladder, a muscular bag.  Urine is then held in the bladder by…

Useful information to men who have starting using male external catheters First thing men try to determine is which external catheter will work for them.  There are different types and styles, and sometimes the best way to determine what works best is by trying the different types and styles. There are things to consider when…

Different Types of Male External Catheters and their advantages Types of Male External Catheters Clear Advantage with Aloe: The Clear Advantage is a premium 100% latex-free, self-adhering, one-piece catheter designed for maximum wear time. It features aloe in the adhesive and a kink-resistant nozzle designed to eliminate catheter blow-offs. Aloe in the Adhesive. The adhesive contains…

There are three main types of catheters; Two are internal- intermittent and indwelling- and a third, external. So, is one better than the other? Here, we will discuss the differences between the three and the side effects that one should know before using. Male External Catheters (MEC) External catheter systems, also commonly referred to as condom…

Stadium Pal is the Men’s External Catheter Kit you don’t want to be without Whether you suffer from incontinence or you just hate using public restrooms, a men’s external catheter kit can come in handy. At BioRelief, we provide out clients with so much more than body relief and hygiene supplies; we provide them with…

Spinal Cord Injury and Incontinence The Urinary System Following a Spinal Cord Injury: The Nerves that are close to the end of the spinal cord are what determines how well the urinart system works. Spinal cord injuries typically do not influence how, or how the kidneys work. The changes that typically take place following a…

What is Paruresis? Over 17 million people suffer from the social anxiety disorder called paruresis (par-YOU-ree-sis), which is Latin for abnormal bladder. The term and even classification that this is a true disorder may be new to you, but you probably have heard of and even know people in this same situation, referred to as…

Stroke Recovery Strokes are caused when blood flow to the brain is prevented, and leaves the brain damaged, or destroys brain cells. The part of the brain that is damaged by the lack of blood flow is what causes loss of the function controlled by that area. If the area damaged controls a part of…

Catheters and the role they play Catheters are an instrument designed for individuals who may have difficulties with the control of urine from their bladder. They are used in a way that is designed to help allow the discharge and control of urine from the bladder which may be caused by retention of urine, or in other…

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