Jacinta’s story
Jacinta’s story
A staggering 1 in 4 Australians today live with incontinence. For women, particularly those who have ever had a baby, the statistics are even higher, climbing to 1 in 3 mums. “I am one of those women,...
From catwalk model to role model
From catwalk model to role model
Anja Christoffersen was only 17 when she first walked in Amsterdam Fashion Week. She’s now focusing on another kind of modelling—being a role model for young people with chronic bladder and bowel conditions....
Greg’s Secret Life
Greg’s Secret Life
Greg Ryan was born without an anal opening, a congenital abnormality known as Imperforate Anus which affects 30,000 babies around the world each year. Without surgical intervention at birth, Greg would have died...
Prostate health and incontinence
Prostate health and incontinence
Author and prostate cancer survivor Alan White shares his story about managing incontinence post-surgery Being diagnosed with prostate cancer once in a lifetime is bad enough. In 2011, after my yearly...
From Adversity to Opportunity
From Adversity to Opportunity
Anne-Marie Howarth was 31 years old when she suffered a motorbike accident which left her with a spinal cord injury, restricting her bladder and bowel control. Not to be outdone by her injury, instead it opened a...
Netballers: switching on the pelvic floor
Netballers: switching on the pelvic floor
Australian netball superstar, Sharelle McMahon talks with Julie McCartin about incontinence amongst netballers and how she learned how to engage her pelvic floor. Elite netballer, Sharelle McMahon remembers the...

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