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Useful links, websites & contacts

Bladder & Bowel Community 

The Bladder and Bowel Community is the UK wide charity for people with bladder and bowel control problems.  Bladder and Bowel Community provides information and support services, including a confidential helpline, for anyone affected by these conditions as well as their families, carers and healthcare professionals 



PromoCon provides a national service, working as part of Disabled Living, Manchester to improve the life for all people with bladder or bowel problems by offering product information, advice and practical solutions such as clothing adaptations to both professionals and the general public.



ERIC is a national charity that supports children with continence problems and campaigns for better childhood continence care


Mitrofanoff support

Mitrofanoff Support offer emotional support and reassurance to anyone who may be about to have, or already has a Mitrofanoff and the people closest to them.


Disability Rights UK

Useful information regarding RADAR keys to access disabled toilets


International Painful Bladder Foundation

The IPBF is a non-profit, voluntary, umbrella organization, active worldwide, that promotes
knowledge and awareness of interstitial cystitis, bladder pain syndrome/painful bladder syndrome, hypersensitive bladder, chronic pelvic pain and associated disorders among patients, patient support groups, health professionals and the general public.


Fowler’s Syndrome

The coFowler’s Syndrome is the commonest cause of urinary retention in young women


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