TENA & Prostate Cancer Foundation of Australia Partnership

TENA has partnered with Prostate Cancer Foundation of Australia (PCFA) to tackle the stigma surrounding male bladder weakness.

Prostate cancer is the most diagnosed form of cancer in Australia with an estimation of 1 in 5 Aussie men being diagnosed by the time they are 85*.

We understand the struggle faced by men during and after their treatment for prostate cancer. This can include urinary incontinence as a result of prostate removal, or other treatment such as radiotherapy.

Through the partnership we hope to help men live well today and build a future where men’s lives are no longer limited by prostate cancer.

Bladder Leakage After Prostate Cancer Treatment

Urinary incontinence following prostate cancer treatment is common due to the nerves and muscles that control urination becoming damaged.

Speak to your doctor if you're starting treatment to find out more about the possible side effects, as each treatment can result in different bladder issues..


Living with Bladder Leakage can be tough, but you are not alone.

Watch the stories from Ian & Ross, men who are prostate cancer survivors living with incontinence and have learned how to take control of their lives again.


How do I find the right product?

Choosing a product for incontinence can be tough and confusing. TENA offers discreet, secure incontinence products that are designed for men, with a secure absorption zone offering triple protection from leaks, odour, and moisture.

Use our Product Finder and get a personalised recommendation in minutes.


*Prostate Cancer Foundation of Australia, 2023