Bladder issues and catheters
Survey ends: 21 February 2017
Are you living with a condition that is causing you to experience issues with managing your bladder? Do you, or have you, ever catheterised as a way of treating your bladder issues? Please click to enter our short survey today and you could be eligible to win 1 of 3 £50 Amazon vouchers…
talkhealth are working in association with Coloplast a leading medical device company, who wish to gain a better and more in depth understanding of the issues people face when managing their bladders. We have 3 x £50 Amazon vouchers to give away, as part of a prize draw for all completed entries.
Current estimates suggest around 3-6 million people in the UK experience some degree of problems when manging their bladder. Treatments vary depending on the diagnosis and the individual, and the journey to find the best solution to help manage the bladder, can be a long and arduous one.
Many who are living with bladder issues will tend to use multiple products and different types of solutions over their lifetime. In particular, we are keen to understand your experiences when using intermittent catheters, what you look for in an intermittent catheter, as well as what support you feel is needed for people living with bladder issues.
This survey will close on the 21st of February 2017.
NB: All participants will be required to fill in a short survey, the completed entries will be entered into a prize draw to WIN 1 of 3 £50 vouchers. Winners will be chosen randomly after the closure date. This opportunity is open to all who live in the UK.
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