A very readable book, especially if you think you might suffer from a bowel condition. This book answers many questions about what is considered normal bowel behaviour and what is not, which you may be too embarrassed to ask.
This book looks at the causes of cystitis, how to treat it and how to prevent it. The book focuses mainly on natural and alternative treatment options and provides a useful emergency self help guide.
This book aims to enable you to increase control over bladder problems with a section offering tips for training problem bladders.
This book provides detailed information about this condition, including the advances in treatment and management.
This book provides detailed information aimed at helping women navigate their way through gynaecological surgery with a view to enhancing chances of a positive outcome from such surgery.
According to the author, the average patient with interstitial cystitis sees three to five physicians and may suffer for three to seven years before a correct diagnosis can be made about this not uncommon disease. This book is a straightforward and helpful guide to assist in its diagnosis and management.
According to the authors, losing control of your bladder does not have to mean losing control of your life, health, self confidence or mind. This book aims to assist you to make informed choices and decisions around managing this condition.