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      John Connor
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      According to the British MS Society, bladder dysfunction occurs in at least 80 percent of people with MS.
      As I am most definitely part of the 80%, I was intrigued when this article popped up in my inbox recently ‘Why Using a Urinary Catheter Can Cause Constipation and What to Do About It’ I’ve been self-catheterising – OK, OK, using intermittent catheterisation according to the latest medical terminology– for more than ten years now. I also have to use an anal catheter and even with a near litre water internal injection, everyday things can still be difficult.
      So I’m going to try these exercises.
      Does any of this apply to you? Let me know if you try the exercises, please. I’m always looking for any tips.

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