National Continence Helpline

The National Continence Helpline (1800 33 00 66) is a free telephone service that offers confidential information, advice and support.

Continence support forum

People can talk anonymously and openly about bladder and bowel health.

Taking the first steps

Many people feel embarrassed or ashamed to discuss bladder and bowel problems, but it's important to remember that health professionals are used to dealing with these issues.

Continence health professionals

There are a range of professionals that can assist with your continence health.

State resource centres

State resource centres provide continence-related education, advice and information to people affected by bladder and bowel problems.

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Last Updated: Thu 07, May 2020
Last Reviewed: Wed 01, Apr 2020