What does Alice, 10 years old, think about Transanal Irrigation?

Posted by Wellspect US, October 28 2020

Alice Tillman is really passionate about spreading knowledge of TAI the thought of other children having to endure painful procedures because of bowel disorders, like she did, makes her frustrated when there is an alternative available. She hopes that all children who need it will be able to use it and get the fun back in their life.

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Topics: bowel management, Transanal Irrigation (TAI), bladder and bowel interaction, children and TAI

How TAI gave one family their life back – part 2

Posted by Wellspect US, October 14 2020

Having organized their whole lives around her enema schedule, Alice and her family discovered the benefits of Transanal Irrigation TAI. Would Alice finally be able to go to the toilet without pain?

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Topics: bowel management, Transanal Irrigation (TAI), bladder and bowel interaction, children and TAI

How TAI gave one family their life back – part 1

Posted by Wellspect US, October 7 2020

A family might take for granted the typical activities they might enjoyswimming, nature and play. For one family, none of this would have been possible had they not discovered Transanal Irrigation TAI.

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Topics: bowel management, Transanal Irrigation (TAI), bladder and bowel interaction, children and TAI

Multiple Sclerosis: It is okay to grieve

Posted by Wellspect US, July 22 2020

Krista was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis in 1996. Since then, she has experienced developments both good and bad. Here she shares her insights and advice for those suffering from multiple sclerosis.

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Topics: neurogenic bladder, bladder and bowel interaction, neurogenic bowel, quality of life

Finding quality of life with MS related continence issues

Posted by Wellspect US, July 15 2020

Helen was so embarrassed about her continence problems that she kept them a secret from her husband and family, coping in silence. Her quality of life steeply declined and she developed depression. Today Helen has found a way to manage her unreliable bowel. This is her story.

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Topics: Multiple Sclerosis, neurogenic bladder, bladder and bowel interaction, neurogenic bowel, quality of life