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What is Neurogenic Bladder?

What is Neurogenic Bladder? Neurogenic bladder is a condition in which the nerves and muscles of the urinary system don’t function properly together. It’s most often associated with brain, spinal cord, or nerve dysfunction or damage, and usually results in a loss of control over your ability to urinate. How...

Introducing CompactCath LITE

CompactCath Continues to Expand Product Portfolio With New Discreet And More Hygienic Intermittent Catheters Products welcome added relief for everyday self-catheterizing users SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., Feb. 20th, 2019 (PRESS RELEASE) -- CompactCath (www.compactcath.com), a medical device company committed to improving the quality of life for people with bladder conditions, has...

Holiday Foods for a Healthy Urinary Tract

The indulgent holiday season has officially begun. While we all want to enjoy the treats that the season has to offer, ensure your Urinary Tract health is not neglected by staying mindful of the foods and drinks you are consuming. The best thing you can do for the long-term health...

What Is Urinary Retention? The Causes & Treatments

Urinary retention can happen at any age, though it most commonly occurs in males aged 50+, and often due to enlarged prostate or BPH. However, it urinary retention can also occur in females, typically due to a condition known as cystocele - which is when the bladder sags or moves...

2018 LA Abilities Expo Recap!

Last month, we had the pleasure of attending the Los Angeles Abilities Expo – the go-to source for the community of people with disabilities, their families, friends, and health care professionals. (more…)

Top 4 Healthy Self-Catheterization Tips

There are many medical conditions that make natural urination difficult. Fortunately, today’s single-use catheters have come a long way in self-catheterization a quick and comfortable process. (more…)