We do our best to keep our customers informed as well as offer some free downloads to make managing thier incontience and pelvic floor issues easier




Bladder diary
Keep a diary of the fluid intake and output. This will help your doctor to determine your symptoms
Voiding Diary.pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [52.5 KB]
Pelvic Organ Prolpase diary
Fill in the pelvic organ prolapse diary and take to your doctor for your assesment. We recommend keeping a 3 month diary before you are assessd
Adobe Acrobat document [357.8 KB]
Pessary Catalogue
A full range of various pessaries, vaginal dilators and books suitable to treat pelvic organ prolapse and incontinence issues
Pessaries catalogue.pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [1.5 MB]
Pessaries flyer
A concise flyer showing a list of pessaries and their ease of use.
Adobe Acrobat document [1.1 MB]
What if I suspect my pessary has caused an infection
What if I suspect my pessary has caused [...]
Adobe Acrobat document [106.1 KB]
What should I ask my doctor before considering surgery?
This form consists of some useful questions which may help you when opting for a surgical procedure.
What should I ask my doctor before surge[...]
Adobe Acrobat document [138.1 KB]
Assessment questionnaire for medical staff and patients
This form contains a list of various useful questions that can prepare you (male and female) when visiting your doctor.
Help me doctor I have a problem in the g[...]
Adobe Acrobat document [419.2 KB]
Difference between hemorrhoids and rectal prolapse
Difference between hemorrhoids and recta[...]
Adobe Acrobat document [2.0 MB]

Pessaries and pelvic organ prolapse

A concise brochure about pessaries and prolapse


Topics of Interest

What is a fistula?

Fistulas start because of damage to the tisse. As the damage worsens, healthy tissues die. 
A fistula is formed connecting two spaces.

Recocele or Rectal Prolapse?

Rectocele is where the bowel herniates into the vaginal wall. Rectal prolapse is where the rectum falls out of the anus


Elhers Danlos Syndrome

There are several types of EDS that may share some symptoms. These include:increased range of joint movement (joint hypermobility) stretchy skin fragile skin that breaks or bruises easily

cystoscopy for women

Cystoscopy can help find problems with the urinary tract. To do this procedure, a long, flexible, lighted tube, called a cystoscope, is put into the urethra and moved up into the bladder.

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