Attention all intermittent catheter users. This is a chance to earn $150 for an hour long interview If you are interested please contact them directly. They will select 5 participants. This is time sensitive, the opportunity will last only until May 25 Here is their...
So if you have a brother that is airport security, will you please ask him to give me a break as I pass through this weekend?
Another great question has come in that I want to share my thoughts about with you: Hi, I was...
Dear Trudy, I am 33 years old and I gave birth to a healthy baby girl on 20th July 2012. My life...
Last month we received the following Inquiry through the “Ask a Question” form:
” Are there others in India that have a neurogenic bladder?”
Not long ago, I took a friend of mine out to lunch. She had just lost her husband to Lou Gehrig's disease. It was the first time we had a chance to talk since the funeral.
As we chit-chatted, as girlfriends do, she asked me what I was up to. Up until recently, I have not told others about my bladder and bowel dysfunction, nor about this blog. This blog has been written to and for YOU, my kindred spirits, my fellow new friends that also deal daily with bladder and bowel dysfunction.
But . . .
So for my 100th blog post I want to say THANK YOU FORM THE BOTTOM OF MY HEART FOR BEING A PART OF MY HEALING. MY BODY MIGHT BE BROKEN BUT MY SPIRIT SOARS BECAUSE OF YOU.
Do cranberry products help in preventing bladder infections?
I want to create a bladder infection free zone for myself.
Please allow me to introduce a guest author, Faith whom I met at the Blogher confrence in San Jose. Like me she has a passion to help women with a personal medical problem that is not so easy for us to talk about.
Dear Trudy, Thank you for writing this blog. As a fellow blogger writing about a taboo...
I had heard Peristeen before I just did not think that I would be in a position to use it. But here is the kicker. If you are a person with a paralyzed bowel and you cannot stay active you will plug up.
Can you imagine a newspaper headline that says?
WEAPON USED; FOLEY CATHETER
Last week I had the opportunity to participate in the Blog-her Conference in San Jose, California. There I met other passionate women that, like me, had causes to blast, social concerns to share and life that needed to be lived.
The ability for me to conveniently choose and buy the catheter I need is a matter of life and death. We do not have the ability to go to a catheter super store and just pick up what we need.
I got an idea from my sons who recently took a trip around the world. They had much to learn in the Eastern part of the world about the use of the right and left hands. Would that concept help me fight a bladder infection?
Not long ago I received some questions from a reader, Mark, on the “Ask a Question” part of this blog about the process of receiving a diagnosis for Neurogenic Bladder. Below is Mark’s letter with our answers to his questions.
I don't mean to whine but this bladder business of constantly fighting off infections is hard...
Please share your story. We need each other.