Links

Managing Life with Incontinence – book site for the book with the same title. In this book you will receive guidance from leading experts about how to take control of your life — even when that life includes incontinence. In addition to information about treating and living with incontinence are chapters on building resiliency, communicating with friends, family, and health professionals, and overcoming stigma. Book published by The Simon Foundation for Continence.

Mayo ClinicMayo Clinic on Managing Incontinence is a 224 page hard-cover book; a guide to successfully managing incontinence. It explains the causes of incontinence and what you can do to relieve your symptoms and enjoy a better quality of life.

National Association for Continence -dedicated to improving the quality of life of people with incontinence, voiding dysfunction, and related pelvic floor disorders.

National Incontinence Tips & Advice – National Incontinence has a well-developed area that provides all kinds of tips and information for patients, from removing urine stains to how to talk to your doctor about your incontinence to comparison charts on product types.

The Simon Foundation for Continence – dedicated to bringing the topic of incontinence out into the open, removing the stigma surrounding incontinence, and providing help and hope for people with incontinence, their families, and the health professionals who provide their care. Their Fact Sheets Library includes helpful information for “At Home Caregivers”.

US Too International – Prostate Cancer Education and Support Network started in 1990 by prostate cancer survivors for prostate cancer patients, survivors, their spouses/partners and families.

Dr. William J. Catalona – Our goal is to provide information on the latest advances in prostate cancer treatment and information on the research and work of Dr. William J. Catalona, Medical Director of the Urological Research Foundation (URF).