Define Your Schedule
Having a schedule is necessary when you have to go for a catheter routine, as it ensures you have ample time and all the needed supplies for it. It is advisable to draft out a chart or maintain a diary or maybe set up digital calendar alarms or appointments to ease it out more for yourself. It is preferable to follow your expert’s advice which will make you find the intervals for your catheter. If possible, integrate catheterization into natural breaks in your daily activities—like when getting dressed in the morning or when taking lunch.
When it comes to catheter system worrying about every other thing is natural but not its cost. It shouldn’t be in your list of worries. Knowing your right is important when it comes down to your insurance and what will and won’t be covered by your plan.Read More
The task of inserting and using your own catheter can definitely sound daunting, but it’s a very simple process. Go through our guide of how to use your own intermittent catheter system.
Catheter will definitely become a routine, but initially it can appear to be really intimidating. Rest assured, the task itself is quite simple. Soon, this will be second nature.
No matter the specifics of your situation, the most important step is cleanliness. Always begin by washing your hands, the area, and your catheter and supplies; ensure your area is clear and arranged optimally for your comfort.
The reason you might require intermittent catheterization may vary. Generally, bladder/urinary issues fall into two categories: neurogenic (nerve-related) or non-neurogenic.
Below is our guide to the conditions that might require intermittent catheterization.Read More