Continence problems after stroke

Continence problems after stroke

It’s common for people to have problems controlling their bladder and/or bowels after a stroke. Though initially very distressing, these problems are often resolved with time. This factsheet explains some of the continence problems that may happen after stroke, and outlines the treatment and services available to help in the short and longer term. This guide is also available as a free download.

Please note: For orders of over 20 items, the first 20 will be free of charge. You will then be charged £0.20 for each additional item. The cost of the first 20 will be removed at the checkout.

Published date:
Sunday, 1 April, 2012
Updated date:
Sunday, 1 November, 2015

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