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If you don't know what a Catheter is or need instructions on how to properly catheterize, please make arrangements to visit your nearest Urologist. The content below is just that.
Intermittent catheterization involves inserting a small tube through the urethra and into the bladder to drain the bladder. Intermittent catheterization can reduce the risk of kidney damage and also of urinary tract infections in a bladder that does not empty properly. People who use intermittent catheterization as a method of emptying their bladder typically do this four to six times each day.
Lubrication is used to help the catheter slide easily into the urethra. This makes the procedure more comfortable. The most advanced intermittent catheters have lubrication inside the packaging. Others require you to use a gel lubricant from a separate package or tube. Still other intermittent catheters are hydrophilic, meaning they have a special coating that becomes slippery when moistened with water.
Catheters come in a variety of sizes, materials, and styles. Generally, men use longer length catheters, and women and children use shorter lengths. Intermittent catheters are available with straight and Coudé or bent tips. Most people use a straight tip.
Intermittent catheterization is easy to learn. Supplies can be carried discreetly in a pocket or bag, and the procedure can be done fairly quickly. To learn the procedure, you must learn where the catheter is inserted and how to use the product. You can drain the urine through the catheter and into the toilet, or drain the urine into a disposable bag. People of all ages can learn intermittent catheterization.
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