Don’t know if you need to see a specialist?

Living with continence issues is not always straightforward. While many people who use intermittent catheters have good continence habits, there will be times when you may develop issues that get in the way of living life the way you want. It isn’t always easy to know if you need help to solve the problem from your GP or Specialist Nurse or if you can resolve the issue yourself.


As a team of Coloplast Clinical Nurse Advisors, we are passionate about working with people to promote healthy continence habits to maximise sustained success in continence care. We will provide you with qualified medical support, where you can explore your concerns, look at which solutions are available, and which will suit your specific needs - empowering you to take control of your health to live the life you want. Our Coloplast Clinical Nurse Advisors will always refer you back to a specialist if need be.

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We would always recommend that you seek assistance from your own specialist continence nurse if you have one prior to enquiring with our service as they will know your situation better.

"Irene is warm and caring, and very easy to talk to, as well as being super-efficient and professional. She organised for catheters to be sent from Coloplast, while waiting for funds from the NDIS. Thanks to Irene, I now have a better quality of life and control of symptoms. Having a steady supply of catheters – no more wash and reuse – is such a bonus. So, for anyone with continence issues, I highly recommend Irene at MS Queensland."

“I cannot thank [Gabby] enough for all her help & advice. Her caring & supportive manner was very much appreciated as his has been a very stressful time for me.”

“I cannot thank Edwina enough for all her help and advice. Her caring and supportive manner was very much appreciated as this has been a very stressful time for me.”


Are you an intermittent catheter user and still not sure?

Try the My Continence Check which will help you identify issues, and help you recognise when to seek help.

The My Continence Check is your way of checking for some of the common issues associated with your self-cathing routine. It can also be a good way to recognise how well you have adapted to a life with an intermittent catheter.

You will be asked to honestly check how many times a day you are carrying out your routine compared to your nurse’s initial suggestion, you can assess for signs of urinary tract infections and changes in volume of urine drained. Where you identify issues then it should act as a prompt that you should go and seek help.


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