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Self Help Groups

  • Allanda Ltd

    Allanda are a company who specialise in incontinence. Their website offers advice and information on incontinence and bladder weakness to help you manage your condition effectively. They also offer a comprehensive range of incontinence pad and pant products including the full Tena range and...
  • Association of Continence Advice

    Multidisciplinary group of health care professionals providing information about all aspects of incontinence. Continence adviser provides telephone advice and answers letters.
  • Bees

    Advice on exstrophy, epispadias and ectopia vesicae.
  • Bladder and Bowel Foundation (B&BF)

    The Bladder and Bowel Foundation (B&BF) is the UK’s largest charity providing information and support for people living with bladder and bowel control problems. The organisation is run by patients, carers and healthcare professionals who are committed to raising public and professional...
  • Bladder Pain Syndrome Association

    A self help support group for patient suffering with bladder pain, including conditions such as Painful/Irritable Bladder Syndromes, Interstitial Cystitis and Bacterial Cystitis. We also offer support, advice and info on the often related conditions, IBS, Fibromyalgia, Vulvodynia plus many other...
  • Charity for Incontinent and Stoma Children

  • Cystitis and Overactive Bladder Foundation

    Patient support group working with people suffering from interstitial cystitis, other forms of cystitis and overactive bladder. Offering information to suffers and their fmilies on these conditions and the range of different treatments and therapies currently being used to relieve symptoms and...
  • Enuresis Resource & Information Centre

    A national helpline for childhood bedwetting, day-time wetting and soiling. Publishes books and provides bedding and enuresis alarms. Holds database of enuresis clinics.
  • ERIC

    ERIC is a national charity to provide information and support on bedwetting, day time wetting and soiling to children, parents, young people and professionals. ERIC's aims are as follows: To reduce the stigma associated with childhood continence problems. To help professionals improve their...
  • The UK Paruresis Trust

    Paruresis is "an inability to urinate in the presence, real or perceived, of others". Common names for the condition are Shy Bladder, Bashful Bladder or Pee Shy. A medical description is Psychogenic Urinary Retention. It affects both men and women, of all ages and backgrounds. Sufferers are often...