Delve into the 'loo leash' phenomenon, highlighting women's bladder challenges from historical restrictions to present-day solutions. Discover the impact of public toilet availability, societal taboos, and innovative products designed for bladder care.
Having the right to access public spaces is a fundamental part of inclusion in our society and the RADAR scheme was established as a lifeline for many disabled folk. But should those of us experiencing bladder weakness also be eligible, and is there a moral dilemma around purchasing a key for personal use?
Pelvic floor health is important for women's overall health and well-being, as it affects bladder and bowel control, sexual function, and even posture. Interestingly, recent studies have shown that Asian women have better pelvic floor health than Caucasian women - but what factors could contribute to this outcome?
Our Jude & Friends community is a supportive and inclusive community of women who offer advice, fun and tips for those living with bladder weakness. Today we share one story from the community that inspires us!
"What is a pelvic floor?" is a question that we don't often ask our kids, or answer often enough ourselves! We asked our community to open the conversation around bladder and pelvic floor health with their children, and it resulted in some fantastic replies!
At 28, Laura is incontinent and suffering with endometriosis. Here, she shares her story as part of our series, "Endometriosis and Me" to raise awareness of the condition.
Despite being reassured a hysterectomy would relieve her symptoms, for Kate it was only the start of her journey with endometriosis. She shares her story as part of our series, 'Endometriosis and Me', to raise awareness of the condition and the impact it can have on bladder health.
Antoinette has suffered with endometriosis since she was 12 years old, but in that time has been misdiagnosed frequently and even told she was a 'hypochondriac'. Here she shares her story as part of our series, 'Endometriosis and Me', to help raise awareness of the condition.
When you have bladder weakness it can feel quite isolating. We started the Jude & Friends community to support women through their bladder care journey. Today we talk to Tessa Owens who heads up our community on why the group is so important.
Real stories from women in the Jude community.
Every woman’s menopause – the leaks, sweats, memory slips, emotional fragility – is her own unique, messy, hormonal whirlwind. Meet community member Angela and her husband, Jimmy who came together to share both sides of the menopause journey.