Real stories from women in the Jude community.
It might surprise you to learn that bladder issues are quite common among people with Multiple Sclerosis (MS). In fact, roughly 80% of those living with MS experience some form of urinary dysfunction, a statistic that often goes unspoken amidst the more familiar symptoms associated with the condition.
Multiple Sclerosis (MS) and bladder dysfunction might not seem like the most intuitive pairing, but understanding their connection is vital - especially for those of us already navigating the challenging terrain of MS.
Pelvic floor health is important for women's overall health and well-being, as it affects bladder and bowel control, sexual function, and even posture. Interestingly, recent studies have shown that Asian women have better pelvic floor health than Caucasian women - but what factors could contribute to this outcome?
Our Jude & Friends community is a supportive and inclusive community of women who offer advice, fun and tips for those living with bladder weakness. Today we share one story from the community that inspires us!
It’s a universal truth we can't avoid, akin to death, taxes, and Boris Johnson's inevitable foot-in-mouth moments. It's the big M - Menopause. Yet, despite menopause being as natural as dawn breaking and night falling, it remains a taboo topic in the workplace. So how do we change 'the change' at work?
Going on holiday is your opportunity to relax and explore new destinations; but for some women, it's also the time they may find themselves facing an uncomfortable issue: an increase in urinary tract infections (UTIs). Why are some women prone to more UTIs when they are abroad?