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Tis the season for giving. A beautiful time of year, full of love and good intention. It is also a time of year when many get lost in the mad rush of “got to have that” consumerism. Unfortunately, this can cause us to miss out on an opportunity to...

It' no secret that advancements in technology are making our lives more convenient by the day. There are over 1.2 million apps currently on the app store assisting us with everything from delivering our groceries to finding us a date. It's an amazing time that we're living in, isn't it? What's even more amazing is that this ever growing mobile app industry is starting to produce apps to help manage the common inconvenience we know as incontinence.

Incontinence can be a little dribble or a flood and depending on the situation it can be embarrassing. Many people who experience incontinence avoid social situations in fear of potentially losing control of their bladder or bowel and the associated embarrassment if that occurs.

Bedwetting is very common and occurs in both adults and children. Here we discuss both adult bedwetting and bedwetting in children. With respect to children, potty training and bed wetting are very different and easy to be confused. For information about potty training, please see the potty training page.

Potty Training and Bedwetting are very different, and it is easy to be confused. Here we talk about what potty training is. For information about Bedwetting, please see the bedwetting page.

We all love our pets and would do anything for them. Pets can be messy and may soil beds, chairs, floors and cars. One way to avoid animal soiling and time-consuming cleaning is to protect your surfaces with an absorbent and waterproof Conni Critter pet pad.

The decisions you make during your pregnancy may affect your bladder in the future.Pregnancy incontinence ( urinary ) affects 30-50% of all childbearing women by the age of 40, and up to 63% of women who experience stress incontinence after pregnancy (leakage when laughing, coughing, straining, sneezing, running) state it began during or after pregnancy.