Treatment and Management

Management and self-care. At TENA, we know caring for a family member or friend can be rewarding and also challenging, especially when it comes to incontinence. We provide a range of information and practical advice to help with both management and looking after you.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Australian Incontinence Product Funding Schemes

Managing incontinence for the person you care for can be a financial burden, so make sure you’re ...
Read More

Government Funding

The Australian government recognised that managing incontinence can be expensive so there are a n...
Read More

Bladder retraining for incontinence

In the same way poor bladder habits may have led to incontinence, retraining your bladder into go...
Read More

Lifestyle changes

Adjusting small everyday choices can make a big difference to bladder control. Try reducing, or ...
Read More

Surgery for male incontinence

Learn more about when and why surgery might be considered for male incontinence and the different...
Read More

Bladder retraining for incontinence

This can be a useful approach for an overactive bladder and is best done under the supervision o...
Read More

Medication

There are a number of effective medications available to treat urge incontinence caused by an ove...
Read More

Pelvic Floor Exercising

Supports and helps control bladder and bowel function. Strengthening the pelvic floor can im...
Read More

Questions for the Doctor

Questions For The DoctorYou may not be surprised to know that many people find doctor’s appointme...
Read More

Incontinence Management Myths

Some people adopt ineffective and sometimes even harmful habits in an attempt to manage incontine...
Read More

Surgery for Female Incontinence

Learn more about when and why surgery might be considered, what types of incontinence it can reli...
Read More

Sorry, no articles exist...

Popular Articles