Living positively with bladder illness!
Bladder Health Conditions…
Understanding your condition so you can make more informed choices
Cystitis , UTI's and Fowlers Syndrome
Do you need more help and support with Bacterial Infection - (Cystitis / UTI's or Fowlers Syndrome)?
Interstitial Cystitis / Bladder Pain Syndrome
IC/BPS is a severely debilitating illness. If you need further infromation...
Overactive Bladder and Stress Urinary Incontinence
Overactive Bladder and Stress Urinary Incontinence (SUI) Two conditons that affect both old and young, male and female.
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What's going on...
Latest news, stories and comments
For millions of Britons it is a secret they dare not discuss. A problem they put up with, silently, often for decades. Incontinence will affect 40 per cent of women, and one in ten men at some point in their lives. And it’s not simply an embarrassing inconvenience: it can leave sufferers near-housebound for fear of having ‘an accident’. Others are forced to shell out hundreds of pounds on special pads and underwear to get through their lives
Crisis faced across UK for millions of patients with pelvic floor conditions. London, 28 April 2021 - A new report, launched today, reveals significant short-comings in the care of patients with pelvic floor disorders (PFDs) and calls for urgent action to be taken nationally and locally to improve treatment and access to surgery for people living with PFDs. Read on for further information and to download the full report.
BHUK and some of our members speak to Professor James Malone-Lee about his new book 'Cystitis UnMasked'
We are responding as an organisation to the Women’s Health Strategy – Call for Evidence form the Dept of Heralth and Social Care. We would be very grateful for any comments you have which we could include anonymously in the report. We also plan to use the anonymised data to support BHUK’s objectives and to review the services we offer.
Our Nurse Advice Line is open for calls. 0121 702 0820. The line is open between 9.30am and 2.30pm . If you leave a message on the answering machine if the line is closed we will call you back asap.
Last year BHUK supported a research student at UCL (University College London) Sleep Education and Research Laboratory. We supported a study the student was recruiting for related to individuals with chronic pain conditions, also known as the SCRIP study.