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002 Advice
002.001   About You
002.001.001     Mobility
002.001.002     Hand Control
002.001.003     Memory
002.001.004     Body Shape
002.001.005     Eyesight
002.001.006     Day or Night
002.001.007     Lifestyle
002.001.008     Laundry
002.001.009     Storage and Disposal
002.001.010     Travel
002.001.011     Independence
002.001.012     Obtaining Products
002.001.013     Personal Preferences
002.001.014     Sex
002.002   Bladder Leakage
002.002.001     Amount
002.002.001.001       Pad Weighing
002.002.001.002       Guideline Estimate
002.002.001.003       Other Estimate
002.002.002     Frequency
002.002.002.001       Recording leakage
002.002.003     Types
002.002.003.001       Urge
002.002.003.002       Stress
002.002.003.003       Mixed
002.002.003.004       Women
002.002.003.005       Men
002.002.004     Product choice
002.003   Bowel Leakage
002.003.001     Amount
002.003.002     Frequency
002.003.002.001       Recording
002.004   Bladder and Bowel Leakage
002.005   Toileting Difficulties
002.006   Urinary Retention
002.007   Assessing your needs
002.008.001     Prostate Cancer
002.008.001.001       Surgery and a Catheter
002.008.001.001.001         Bladder Leakage Preparation
002.008.001.001.001.001           Continence Products
002.008.001.001.001.002           Pelvic Floor Muscle Training
002.008.001.001.001.003           Diet & Lifestyle
002.008.001.001.002         Your Catheter
002.008.001.001.002.001           In Hospital
002.008.001.001.002.002           At Home
002.008.001.001.003         Catheter Removal
002.008.001.001.003.001           During the Appointment
002.008.001.001.003.002           Returning Home
002.008.001.002       Bladder / Bowel Leakage
002.008.001.002.001         Less than 12 Months 15 
002.008.001.002.002         More than 12 Months
002.008.001.002.003         Pelvic Floor Muscle Training
002.008.001.002.004         Diet & Lifestyle
002.008.001.002.005         Non-Surgical Treatments
003 Products
003.001   Pads
003.001.001     Light bladder leakage in women
003.001.001.001       Disposable Pads
003.001.001.002       Washable Pads
003.001.001.003       Sanitary Towels
003.001.001.004       Washable Pants 14 
003.001.001.005       Small Disposable Pants
003.001.002     Moderate / heavy bladder leakage in women
003.001.002.001       Large Disposable Pants 10 
003.001.002.002       Disposable Pads
003.001.002.003       All-in-Ones
003.001.002.004       Washable Pads 11  12 
003.001.002.005       T-Shape Pads
003.001.003     Light bladder leakage in men
003.001.003.001       Disposable Pads
003.001.003.002       Disposable Pouches
003.001.003.003       Disposable Leafs
003.001.003.004       Washable Leafs
003.001.003.005       Washable Pads
003.001.003.006       Washable Pants 13 
003.001.003.007       Disposable Pants
003.001.004     Moderate / heavy bladder leakage in men 11 
003.001.004.001       Disposable Pads
003.001.004.002       All-in-Ones 12 
003.001.004.003       Large Disposable Pants 12 
003.001.004.004       Washable Pads 26  13 
003.001.004.005       T-Shape Pads
003.002   Female Devices
003.002.001     External Urethral Devices
003.002.002     Internal Urethral Devices
003.002.003     Internal Vaginal Devices
003.003   Male Devices
003.003.001     Sheaths 36  20 
003.003.002     Penile Compression Devices 28 
003.003.003     Body-Worn Urinals 22 
003.003.004     Devices for penile retraction 14 
003.004   Catheters
003.004.001     Intermittent Catheters 10  15 
003.004.001.001       Cleaning Methods
003.004.002     Indwelling Catheters 14 
003.004.003     Accessories 19 
003.005   Urine Drainage Bags
003.005.001     Leg Bags
003.005.001.001       Volume and Capacity
003.005.001.002       Sterile and Non-sterile
003.005.001.003       Drainage Taps
003.005.001.004       Sampling Ports
003.005.001.005       Discreetness
003.005.001.006       Positioning
003.005.001.007       Materials
003.005.001.008       Infection Control
003.005.001.009       Anti Kinking
003.005.002     Large Capacity
003.005.003     Straps and Support Garments
003.006   Faecal Devices
003.006.001     Anal Plugs
003.006.002     Faecal Pads
003.006.003     Faecal Collectors
003.007   Toileting Aids
003.007.001     Handheld Urinals
003.007.001.001       Female Handheld Urinals 20 
003.007.001.002       Male Handheld Urinals
003.007.002     Bedpans
003.007.003     Bidets
003.007.004     Bottom Wipers
003.007.005     Urine Directors
003.007.005.001       Female Urine Directors
003.007.005.002       Male Urine Directors
003.007.006     Toilet Raisers
003.007.007     Commodes
003.008   Bed, Chair Protectors
003.008.001     Washable Underpads
003.008.002     Disposable Underpads
003.008.003     Chair Protectors
003.008.004     Waterproof Bedding
003.009   Clothing, odour control and skin care
003.009.001     Clothing
003.009.002     Odour Control
003.009.003     Skin Care
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005.003   Images
005.004   Documents
005.005   Tips
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