29 minutes | May 5, 2021

What you should know about SCI and bowel management

Did you know that acquiring a spinal cord injury can affect more than somebody's legs?Spinal cord injury (SCI) can significantly affect the bowel. Edwina Spooner from Coloplast explains how an SCI can affect the bowel, surgical and non-surgical options, considerations for intimacy and maintaining your independence. Information about what we have discussed in this episode:Coloplast catheter information - https://www.coloplast.com.au/Continence Care - https://scia.org.au/continence-care/CreditsThis episode has been written, produced and edited by Susan Wood with assistance from Michelle Kearney and Nathan Mikhael. Logo art by Cobie Ann Moore.Spinal Cord Injuries Australia is a for-purpose organisation that supports people with a spinal cord injury and other neurological conditions. For more information about our supports and services visit scia.org.au.We want to hear from you! We would like to continue this conversation in a follow up episode with any questions you may have! Email community@scia.org.au with any questions you may have about continence. All questions will be treated anonymously, unless otherwise stated in your email.You can also start a discussion with anything we've talked about here at https://scia.org.au/forum/forum/bladder-and-bowel-management/
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