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07 Dementia and Bladder and Bowel Control (Vietnamese)
This factsheet explains why dementia may cause or make urinary incontinence and faecal incontinence worse. It offers management strategies for incontinence and where to go for help.  (Fact sheet)

Organisation/Publisher: Department of Health - Continence Programs

07 Dementia and Bladder and Bowel Control (Dari)
This factsheet explains why dementia may cause or make urinary incontinence and faecal incontinence worse. It offers management strategies for incontinence and where to go for help.  (Fact sheet)

Organisation/Publisher: Department of Health - Continence Programs

07 Dementia and Bladder and Bowel Control (Hindi)
This factsheet explains why dementia may cause or make urinary incontinence and faecal incontinence worse. It offers management strategies for incontinence and where to go for help.  (Fact sheet)

Organisation/Publisher: Department of Health - Continence Programs

07 Dementia and Bladder and Bowel Control (Indonesian)
This factsheet explains why dementia may cause or make urinary incontinence and faecal incontinence worse. It offers management strategies for incontinence and where to go for help.  (Fact sheet)

Organisation/Publisher: Department of Health - Continence Programs

07 Dementia and Bladder and Bowel Control (Burmese)
This factsheet explains why dementia may cause or make urinary incontinence and faecal incontinence worse. It offers management strategies for incontinence and where to go for help.  (Fact sheet)

Organisation/Publisher: Department of Health - Continence Programs

07 Dementia and Bladder and Bowel Control (Japanese)
This factsheet explains why dementia may cause or make urinary incontinence and faecal incontinence worse. It offers management strategies for incontinence and where to go for help.  (Fact sheet)

Organisation/Publisher: Department of Health - Continence Programs

08 One in Three Women Who Have Ever Had a Baby Wet Themselves (Arabic)
This factsheet explains why women can wet themselves (urinary incontinence) after childbirth. It describes where the pelvic floor muscles are and how to strengthen them through regular pelvic floor exercises.  (Fact sheet)

Organisation/Publisher: Department of Health - Continence Programs

08 One in Three Women Who Have Ever Had a Baby Wet Themselves (Croatian)
This factsheet explains why women can wet themselves (urinary incontinence) after childbirth. It describes where the pelvic floor muscles are and how to strengthen them through regular pelvic floor exercises.  (Fact sheet)

Organisation/Publisher: Department of Health - Continence Programs
Date of publication/last review: 2016

08 One in Three Women Who Have Ever Had a Baby Wet Themselves (Dinka)
This factsheet explains why women can wet themselves (urinary incontinence) after childbirth. It describes where the pelvic floor muscles are and how to strengthen them through regular pelvic floor exercises.  (Fact sheet)

Organisation/Publisher: Department of Health - Continence Programs

08 One in Three Women Who Have Ever Had a Baby Wet Themselves (Dutch)
This factsheet explains why women can wet themselves (urinary incontinence) after childbirth. It describes where the pelvic floor muscles are and how to strengthen them through regular pelvic floor exercises.  (Fact sheet)

Organisation/Publisher: Department of Health - Continence Programs

08 One in Three Women Who Have Ever Had a Baby Wet Themselves (German)
This factsheet explains why women can wet themselves (urinary incontinence) after childbirth. It describes where the pelvic floor muscles are and how to strengthen them through regular pelvic floor exercises.  (Fact sheet)

Organisation/Publisher: Department of Health - Continence Programs

08 One in Three Women Who Have Ever Had a Baby Wet Themselves (Greek)
This factsheet explains why women can wet themselves (urinary incontinence) after childbirth. It describes where the pelvic floor muscles are and how to strengthen them through regular pelvic floor exercises.  (Fact sheet)

Organisation/Publisher: Department of Health - Continence Programs
Date of publication/last review: 2016

08 One in Three Women Who Have Ever Had a Baby Wet Themselves (Hungarian)
This factsheet explains why women can wet themselves (urinary incontinence) after childbirth. It describes where the pelvic floor muscles are and how to strengthen them through regular pelvic floor exercises.  (Fact sheet)

Organisation/Publisher: Department of Health - Continence Programs

08 One in Three Women Who Have Ever Had a Baby Wet Themselves (Italian)
This factsheet explains why women can wet themselves (urinary incontinence) after childbirth. It describes where the pelvic floor muscles are and how to strengthen them through regular pelvic floor exercises.  (Fact sheet)

Organisation/Publisher: Department of Health - Continence Programs
Date of publication/last review: 2016

08 One in Three Women Who Have Ever Had a Baby Wet Themselves (Macedonian)
This factsheet explains why women can wet themselves (urinary incontinence) after childbirth. It describes where the pelvic floor muscles are and how to strengthen them through regular pelvic floor exercises.  (Fact sheet)

Organisation/Publisher: Department of Health - Continence Programs
Date of publication/last review: 2016

08 One in Three Women Who Have Ever Had a Baby Wet Themselves (Maltese)
This factsheet explains why women can wet themselves (urinary incontinence) after childbirth. It describes where the pelvic floor muscles are and how to strengthen them through regular pelvic floor exercises.  (Fact sheet)

Organisation/Publisher: Department of Health - Continence Programs
Date of publication/last review: 2016

08 One in Three Women Who Have Ever Had a Baby Wet Themselves (Persian)
This factsheet explains why women can wet themselves (urinary incontinence) after childbirth. It describes where the pelvic floor muscles are and how to strengthen them through regular pelvic floor exercises.  (Fact sheet)

Organisation/Publisher: Department of Health - Continence Programs
Date of publication/last review: 2016

08 One in Three Women Who Have Ever Had a Baby Wet Themselves (Polish)
This factsheet explains why women can wet themselves (urinary incontinence) after childbirth. It describes where the pelvic floor muscles are and how to strengthen them through regular pelvic floor exercises.  (Fact sheet)

Organisation/Publisher: Department of Health - Continence Programs

08 One in Three Women Who Have Ever Had a Baby Wet Themselves (Chinese - Simplified)
This factsheet explains why women can wet themselves (urinary incontinence) after childbirth. It describes where the pelvic floor muscles are and how to strengthen them through regular pelvic floor exercises.  (Fact sheet)

Organisation/Publisher: Department of Health - Continence Programs
Date of publication/last review: 2016

08 One in Three Women Who Have Ever Had a Baby Wet Themselves (Serbian)
This factsheet explains why women can wet themselves (urinary incontinence) after childbirth. It describes where the pelvic floor muscles are and how to strengthen them through regular pelvic floor exercises.  (Fact sheet)

Organisation/Publisher: Department of Health - Continence Programs

08 One in Three Women Who Have Ever Had a Baby Wet Themselves (Somali)
This factsheet explains why women can wet themselves (urinary incontinence) after childbirth. It describes where the pelvic floor muscles are and how to strengthen them through regular pelvic floor exercises.  (Fact sheet)

Organisation/Publisher: Department of Health - Continence Programs
Date of publication/last review: 2016

08 One in Three Women Who Have Ever Had a Baby Wet Themselves (Spanish)
This factsheet explains why women can wet themselves (urinary incontinence) after childbirth. It describes where the pelvic floor muscles are and how to strengthen them through regular pelvic floor exercises.  (Fact sheet)

Organisation/Publisher: Department of Health - Continence Programs
Date of publication/last review: 2016

08 One in Three Women Who Have Ever Had a Baby Wet Themselves (Filipino)
This factsheet explains why women can wet themselves (urinary incontinence) after childbirth. It describes where the pelvic floor muscles are and how to strengthen them through regular pelvic floor exercises.  (Fact sheet)

Organisation/Publisher: Department of Health - Continence Programs
Date of publication/last review: 2016

08 One in Three Women Who Have Ever Had a Baby Wet Themselves (Chinese - Traditional)
This factsheet explains why women can wet themselves (urinary incontinence) after childbirth. It describes where the pelvic floor muscles are and how to strengthen them through regular pelvic floor exercises.  (Fact sheet)

Organisation/Publisher: Department of Health - Continence Programs
Date of publication/last review: 2016

08 One in Three Women Who Have Ever Had a Baby Wet Themselves (Turkish)
This factsheet explains why women can wet themselves (urinary incontinence) after childbirth. It describes where the pelvic floor muscles are and how to strengthen them through regular pelvic floor exercises.  (Fact sheet)

Organisation/Publisher: Department of Health - Continence Programs

08 One in Three Women Who Have Ever Had a Baby Wet Themselves (Vietnamese)
This factsheet explains why women can wet themselves (urinary incontinence) after childbirth. It describes where the pelvic floor muscles are and how to strengthen them through regular pelvic floor exercises.  (Fact sheet)

Organisation/Publisher: Department of Health - Continence Programs

08 One in Three Women Who Have Ever Had a Baby Wet Themselves (Dari)
This factsheet explains why women can wet themselves (urinary incontinence) after childbirth. It describes where the pelvic floor muscles are and how to strengthen them through regular pelvic floor exercises.  (Fact sheet)

Organisation/Publisher: Department of Health - Continence Programs

08 One in Three Women Who Have Ever Had a Baby Wet Themselves (Hindi)
This factsheet explains why women can wet themselves (urinary incontinence) after childbirth. It describes where the pelvic floor muscles are and how to strengthen them through regular pelvic floor exercises.  (Fact sheet)

Organisation/Publisher: Department of Health - Continence Programs

08 One in Three Women Who Have Ever Had a Baby Wet Themselves (Indonesian)
This factsheet explains why women can wet themselves (urinary incontinence) after childbirth. It describes where the pelvic floor muscles are and how to strengthen them through regular pelvic floor exercises.  (Fact sheet)

Organisation/Publisher: Department of Health - Continence Programs

08 One in Three Women Who Have Ever Had a Baby Wet Themselves (Karen)
This factsheet explains why women can wet themselves (urinary incontinence) after childbirth. It describes where the pelvic floor muscles are and how to strengthen them through regular pelvic floor exercises.  (Fact sheet)

Organisation/Publisher: Department of Health - Continence Programs

08 One in Three Women Who Have Ever Had a Baby Wet Themselves (Korean)
This factsheet explains why women can wet themselves (urinary incontinence) after childbirth. It describes where the pelvic floor muscles are and how to strengthen them through regular pelvic floor exercises.  (Fact sheet)

Organisation/Publisher: Department of Health - Continence Programs

08 One in Three Women Who Have Ever Had a Baby Wet Themselves (Tamil)
This factsheet explains why women can wet themselves (urinary incontinence) after childbirth. It describes where the pelvic floor muscles are and how to strengthen them through regular pelvic floor exercises.  (Fact sheet)

Organisation/Publisher: Department of Health - Continence Programs

08 One in Three Women Who Have Ever Had a Baby Wet Themselves (Urdu)
This factsheet explains why women can wet themselves (urinary incontinence) after childbirth. It describes where the pelvic floor muscles are and how to strengthen them through regular pelvic floor exercises.  (Fact sheet)

Organisation/Publisher: Department of Health - Continence Programs

08 One in Three Women Who Have Ever Had a Baby Wet Themselves (Burmese)
This factsheet explains why women can wet themselves (urinary incontinence) after childbirth. It describes where the pelvic floor muscles are and how to strengthen them through regular pelvic floor exercises.  (Fact sheet)

Organisation/Publisher: Department of Health - Continence Programs

08 One in Three Women Who Have Ever Had a Baby Wet Themselves (Japanese)
This factsheet explains why women can wet themselves (urinary incontinence) after childbirth. It describes where the pelvic floor muscles are and how to strengthen them through regular pelvic floor exercises.  (Fact sheet)

Organisation/Publisher: Department of Health - Continence Programs

08 One in Three Women Who Have Ever Had a Baby Wet Themselves (1 in 3 Women) Brochure (English)
This brochure explains why women can wet themselves (urinary incontinence) after childbirth. It describes where the pelvic floor muscles are and how to strengthen them through regular pelvic floor exercises.  (Brochure)

Organisation/Publisher: Department of Health - Continence Programs
Date of publication/last review: 2008

10 step guide to putting your pelvic floor first (English)
This fact sheet is a guide to explain how to safely exercise if you have any problems with pelvic floor muscles. Problems may include urinary incontinence and faecal incontinence.  (Fact sheet)

Organisation/Publisher: Continence Foundation of Australia
Date of publication/last review: 2009

15 Continence Products (English)
Continence products are used to manage the symptoms of poor bladder and bowel control (incontinence). This brochure details what types of products are available and what to consider when choosing a continence product.  (Brochure)

Organisation/Publisher: Department of Health - Continence Programs

15 Continence Products (Arabic)
Continence products are used to manage the symptoms of poor bladder and bowel control (incontinence). This factsheet details what types of products are available and what to consider when choosing a continence product.  (Fact sheet)

Organisation/Publisher: Department of Health - Continence Programs

15 Continence Products (Croatian)
Continence products are used to manage the symptoms of poor bladder and bowel control (incontinence). This factsheet details what types of products are available and what to consider when choosing a continence product.  (Fact sheet)

Organisation/Publisher: Department of Health - Continence Programs
Date of publication/last review: 2013

15 Continence Products (Dinka)
Continence products are used to manage the symptoms of poor bladder and bowel control (incontinence). This factsheet details what types of products are available and what to consider when choosing a continence product.  (Fact sheet)

Organisation/Publisher: Department of Health - Continence Programs

15 Continence Products (Dutch)
Continence products are used to manage the symptoms of poor bladder and bowel control (incontinence). This factsheet details what types of products are available and what to consider when choosing a continence product.  (Fact sheet)

Organisation/Publisher: Department of Health - Continence Programs

15 Continence Products (German)
Continence products are used to manage the symptoms of poor bladder and bowel control (incontinence). This factsheet details what types of products are available and what to consider when choosing a continence product.  (Fact sheet)

Organisation/Publisher: Department of Health - Continence Programs

15 Continence Products (Greek)
Continence products are used to manage the symptoms of poor bladder and bowel control (incontinence). This factsheet details what types of products are available and what to consider when choosing a continence product.  (Fact sheet)

Organisation/Publisher: Department of Health - Continence Programs
Date of publication/last review: 2013

15 Continence Products (Hungarian)
Continence products are used to manage the symptoms of poor bladder and bowel control (incontinence). This factsheet details what types of products are available and what to consider when choosing a continence product.  (Fact sheet)

Organisation/Publisher: Department of Health - Continence Programs

15 Continence Products (Italian)
Continence products are used to manage the symptoms of poor bladder and bowel control (incontinence). This factsheet details what types of products are available and what to consider when choosing a continence product.  (Fact sheet)

Organisation/Publisher: Department of Health - Continence Programs
Date of publication/last review: 2013

15 Continence Products (Macedonian)
Continence products are used to manage the symptoms of poor bladder and bowel control (incontinence). This factsheet details what types of products are available and what to consider when choosing a continence product.  (Fact sheet)

Organisation/Publisher: Department of Health - Continence Programs
Date of publication/last review: 2013

15 Continence Products (Maltese)
Continence products are used to manage the symptoms of poor bladder and bowel control (incontinence). This factsheet details what types of products are available and what to consider when choosing a continence product.  (Fact sheet)

Organisation/Publisher: Department of Health - Continence Programs
Date of publication/last review: 2013

15 Continence Products (Persian)
Continence products are used to manage the symptoms of poor bladder and bowel control (incontinence). This factsheet details what types of products are available and what to consider when choosing a continence product.  (Fact sheet)

Organisation/Publisher: Department of Health - Continence Programs
Date of publication/last review: 2013

15 Continence Products (Polish)
Continence products are used to manage the symptoms of poor bladder and bowel control (incontinence). This factsheet details what types of products are available and what to consider when choosing a continence product.  (Fact sheet)

Organisation/Publisher: Department of Health - Continence Programs

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