Online clinic on bladder issues 2019


From 3 - 14 June 2019 talkhealth teamed up with Pelviva, Bladder & Bowel UK, ERIC, The Urology Foundation and Wellbeing for Women to present an Online Clinic on Bladder Issues.

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The clinic is an online forum, please contact us if you’re unsure how it works!

Clinical experts answered questions on issues, symptoms and treatments surrounding bedwetting, cystitis & UTI's, urinary incontinence (urge and stress), overactive bladder syndrome, bladder cancer, bladder stones and catheters.

Looking for that little bit of extra support with your condition? Our support programmes have been developed to help increase your confidence in managing your condition. To find out more about how you can benefit from our support programmes, register your interest today.

Please also check our list of future clinic dates here

Medical Experts

  • Prof Christopher Chapple

    The Urology Foundation expert & Consultant Urological Surgeon

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  • Mr Chris Harding

    Consultant Urological Surgeon

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  • Dr Shahzadi Harper

    Women's Wellbeing and Menopause Doctor

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  • Julie Jenks

    Advanced Nurse Practitioner

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  • Mr Sachin Malde

    Consultant Urological Surgeon - BSc(Hons) MBBS MSc(Urol), FRCS(U...

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  • Mr Rajesh Nair

    Consultant Urological Surgeon, Guy's and St. Thomas' NHS Foundat...

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  • Dr Jon Rees

    GP, Backwell & Nailsea Medical Group with specialist interes...

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Do you experience bladder leaks when you cough, sneeze, exercise or urgently need the toilet?

1 in 3 women do.

Bladder leakage has a massive impact on women’s daily lives, significantly affecting quality of life.

Pelviva is an award winning disposable, discreet and easy-to-use muscle re-trainer for the treatment of bladder weakness in women. The Pelviva treatment has been clinically proven to improve bladder leaks in 84% of women in just 12 weeks.1

Pelviva treats the cause of bladder leaks by using a unique technology that trains Pelvic Floor muscles. Use for 30 minutes every other day to start experiencing the benefits.

Visit the Pelviva website for more information.

1. Oldham J, Herbert J, McBride K. Evaluation of a new disposable ‘tampon-like’ electrostimulation technology (Pelviva®) for the treatment of urinary incontinence in women: a 12-week single blind randomized controlled trial. Neurourology Urodynamics 2013; 32(5):460-466. doi 0.1002/nau.22326


Bladder & Bowel UK (formerly PromoCon)

Bladder & Bowel UK works as an integral part of the charity Disabled Living providing a national service for people with bladder and bowel problems.

We provide impartial advice and clinical information relating to continence issues, products and services by helping people resolve or manage their bladder and bowel problems more effectively, and provide practical solutions to what may appear initially to be irresolvable problems.

The ultimate aim is to improve the quality of life for individuals, who have bladder and/or bowel problems and their families and carers.

Read more about Bladder & Bowel UK (formerly PromoCon)


ERIC is the only charity dedicated to the bowel and bladder health of all children and teenagers in the UK. ERIC provides support, information and understanding to children and teenagers and enables parents, carers and professionals to helpthem establish good bowel and bladder health.

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The Urology Foundation

The Urology Foundation is committed to transforming the lives of people with a urology condition through ground-breaking research, training and education. The money raised is invested directly into research to find better treatments and cures, and in educational training for urology professionals to care for and help people affected by urology conditions.

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Wellbeing of Women

Founded 55 years ago, Wellbeing of Women is one of the only charities finding cures and treatments across the breadth of female reproductive health, including pregnancy & childbirth, fertility, gynaecological cancers, and overlooked areas like endometriosis, incontinence and the menopause.

Read more about Wellbing of Women