Peer Connections: Intermittent Catheterization: Tips and Tricks

If you ask anyone who has been using an intermittent catheter – or IC – for a while, they will probably tell you they learned a few things the hard way. Either because they didn’t know enough about self catheterization, they weren’t familiar with their own anatomy, or because of the myths and misconceptions. In this peer connections, we will share highlights of a new video series on IC for people with female genitalia, including 2 demos: an IC in a bed and an IC in a public washroom. Individuals with lived experience will share their insights and discuss questions like: I did my IC and this happened. Now what?

This is for: anyone with female genitalia.


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