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Describe ways to protect an individual s privacy whilst managing continence
Allow plenty of time for service users to use the toilet in private. Avoid going into rooms when toileting is being carried out, unless you are needed. [ [ Allow service users to make choices as much as possible and be careful your non-verbal behavior is respectful. ]
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list a few common difficulties that do with continence
Weegy: Types of Urinary Incontinence When you can't control the release of your urine, you have urinary incontinence. For some the problem can be as minor as the rare dribble, for others as problematic as wetting your clothes. [ There are four kinds of these plumbing problems, according to the Mayo Clinic: Stress incontinence is that little leak that happens when you cough, laugh, sneeze - any motion that stresses or puts too much pressure on the bladder. Stress incontinence can result from pregnancy and childbirth, when pelvic muscles and tissues can get stretched and damaged. It can also occur from high-impact sports, as a result of aging, or from being overweight. Urge incontinence aka "overactive bladder," is a bit different - it's the urgent need to go, followed by an involuntary loss of urine - with anything from a few seconds to a minute's warning. It is thought to be due to spasms of the bladder muscles. Conditions such as multiple sclerosis, Parkinson's disease, or a urinary tract infection can cause urge incontinence. Mixed incontinence means you have more than one type of incontinence, with stress and urge incontinence being the typical mix. "I think most women have both types," adds Brubaker. "I don't believe there's as much distinction between the two types as we might think." .......... ] (More)
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