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Ever since I had my children I’ve had a bit of stress incontinence when I pick them up, sneeze, cough etc.
Please see the below organisations and other resources which provide women and their families with help, information and assistance in understanding light urinary leakage and the options available.
The Society for Continence Singapore (SFCS) originated from the dedicated efforts of a group of doctors, nurses and rehabilitation therapists who recognized the special needs of the incontinent as far back as 1988. Objective is to disseminate information and educate healthcare professionals and the public on methods to promote urinary & bowel continence as well as render assistance and to foster friendship, understanding and mutual encouragement among the incontinent. For more information, visit www.sfcs.org.sg
The first facility in Asia with an integrated and multidisciplinary approach to the management of pelvic floor disorders. The Pelvic Floor Center (PFC) at NUH provides a unique multi-disciplinary approach to pelvic floor care. For more information, visit www.pelvicfloorcentre.com.sg
The Singapore Heart Foundation (SHF) is a non-profit charitable organization at the forefront of the battle against heart disease in Singapore. SHF plays an increasingly important role in saving lives and promoting heart health through educating and motivating the public, assisting those affected and supporting community-based research to better understand the landscape of heart disease in Singapore. For more information, visit www.myheart.org.sg
The Women’s Initiative for Ageing Successfully (WINGS) is a non-profit drop-in education, referral and counseling centre just for women in their 40s and beyond. For more information, visit www.wings.sg
Health Promotion Board (HPB) has a vision to build a nation of healthy and happy people. To achieve this, HPB assumes the role of the main driver for national health promotion and disease prevention programmes. Their goal is to increase the quality and years of healthy life and prevent illness, disability and premature death. HPB implements programmes that reach out to the population, specifically children, adults and the elderly. HPB is committed to helping residents in Singapore attain optimal health through our health promotion and disease prevention programmes. For more information, visit www.hpb.gov.sg
Osteoporosis Society (Singapore) is a non-profit organization. The principal activities of the society are to promote public awareness and knowledge of osteoporosis through community services and activities, public forums and educational programmes. For more information, visit www.osteoporosissoc.org.sg
Breast Cancer Foundation (BCF) is a non-profit charity organisation, established in October 1997. Executive committee comprising mostly lay people and some medical professionals, BCF’s mission is to Eradicate breast cancer as a life-threatening disease. BCF hopes that by raising awareness of breast cancer and encouraging women to screen themselves regularly, breast cancer will be detected earlier and the chances of surviving the disease will be greatly enhanced. For more information, visit www.bcf.org.sg
Huggies® is one of Singapore’s leading baby & child care brands. It provides moms and babies with a complete range of disposable diaper and diaper pants to helps keep skin healthy and babies happy. For more information, visit www.huggies.com.sg