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Adults

Bladder and Bowel problems are not uncommon, affecting adults of all ages and both men and women.

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Children

Bladder and Bowel problems are common in children and young people of all ages.

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Professionals

We offer a wide range of continence , bladder and bowel events , education and bespoke training.

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Welcome to Bladder and Bowel UK

Bladder problems are not uncommon, affecting adults of all ages and both men and women.

Up to six million people in the UK are thought to experience urinary incontinence. There are several types of urinary incontinence, but the most common types can include stress incontinence, urge incontinence, mixed incontinence, overflow incontinence and functional Incontinence. Adults can also experience other problems, for example, bedwetting.

People commonly self manage, maybe never seeking or being aware about the services and professional advice that is available to them, sometimes assuming nothing can be done to help.

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Adults

Advice, information and resources for Adults with bladder and bowel problems

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Children & Young Adults

Advice, information and resources for Children and young people with bladder and bowel problems

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Products

Supplier directory, national display, research and development

It is important to know that a lot can be done to cure, treat or manage bladder and bowel problems, which are often difficult to talk about. It is not an inevitable consequence of aging and there is a much wider choice of treatments, products and management options available to people.

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0161 607 8219

National Confidential Bladder and Bowel UK help line

We have a team of dedicated Specialist Nurses and knowledgeable Continence Product Information staff, who can be contacted on the National Confidential Bladder and Bowel UK help line (0106 607 8219) or via email bladderandboweluk@disabledliving.co.uk


Bladder and Bowel UK do not receive any statutory funding to support our helpline and additional services, if you have found our service useful, please consider making a donation.

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