One may blush at the subject of incontinence. But that shouldn't stop you from seeking the advice you need to help you manage the condition.

Need some expert advice? Sometimes it’s important to speak to a medical specialist. We have TENA nurses who are specially trained in issues around bladder weakness. So, if you have a specific question regarding this matter, we’ll be happy to answer it. And remember, whatever your question, we will always get back to you in confidence.

My Mother has sensitive skin and some products can bring her out in a rash. Are TENA products safe for me to use?

My aunt is completely incontinent, and has a catheter inserted through her stomach. 6 weeks ago the catheter was changed, and since then she now wets everywhere and we are having to use incontinence pads again. There doesn't seem to be any blockage in the tube. What else can we do? Elaine

My 81 year old mother has advanced dementia and is doubly incontinent. I have been told to buy wipes to clean her bottom and vagina and since doing this she has an increasing number of UTI's. She wears disposable pants by day and night. Please give me some advice as there are so many different views. My main concern is to stop the infections. Adrienne