Key Concepts:

Bladder & Bowel Health

Whether you are here because you have experienced problems with your bladder or bowels, or because you want to prevent future problems, this program is meant to empower women to learn about and improve bladder and bowel health.

We are aware this may be a sensitive topic. Even though we all pee and poop, we have been taught from a young age that it's something we shouldn't talk about, but not anymore!

 

To make the most of this program, it is helpful to understand how the bladder, bowels, and pelvic floor muscles work together. This ten-minute video provides an overview, and explains why the bowels section is helpful for women with bladder issues and vice versa. 

Can't watch the video?

Read the transcript document: 

This website should not take the place of a medical provider.
If information here is different from what you are told by your provider, you should not make changes without talking to your doctor first. 

This site is designed for us to learn from our own experiences—and the experiences of others—as much as we learn from the materials. Check out the Community Forum to ask questions, share experiences, and connect with others!

Also check out the resources page for even more content: 

This website was created by researchers at the University of Wisconsin in collaboration with the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology and the College of Engineering. 

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