Real Talk: Bladder & Bowel Conversations with Coloplast® Care Podcast

Connect with inspiring stories, product and lifestyle advice, and tips to help you gain confidence in your bladder or bowel routine.

Be inspired by others with similar experiences

Feel empowered in your journey

Gain confidence in your bladder or bowel routine

The Real Talk: Bladder & Bowel Conversations podcast is brought to you by Coloplast® Care, a product and lifestyle educational support program for intermittent catheter and Peristeen® Plus Transanal Irrigation System users. Beginning to use an intermittent catheter or managing a neurogenic bowel may be challenging – you might have questions about your new routine, troubleshooting, and lifestyle – and we’re here to help. We believe having real, honest conversations about bladder and bowel management can improve wellness, reduce stigma and foster peer-to-peer support. Join us in conversations with community advocates and thought leaders to gain insights about lifestyle, products, and mindset. Let’s have a real talk.  

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Adjusting to using an intermittent catheter can be difficult at the beginning – but it gets easier and can even improve quality of life and support independence. Join Bianca Faith Johnson and Thomas Cloyd as they share their catheterization journeys – along with their favorite tips and advice for both male and female intermittent catheter users.

Multiple Sclerosis Warriors Talk Bladder & Bowel*

Multiple sclerosis warriors Julie Stamm and Diana de Avila join us to discuss how their diagnosis impacted bladder and bowel function, their journey exploring treatment options, and how they’ve adapted today.

*All speakers have been compensated for their participation in this presentation. Each person’s situation is unique, so your experience may not be the same.

Information from Coloplast® Care is for educational purposes only. It is not intended to substitute for professional medical advice and should not be interpreted to contain treatment recommendations. You should rely on the healthcare professional who knows your individual history for personal medical advice and diagnosis.

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