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BLADDER AND BOWEL DIARIES | TOOLS FOR INCONTINENCE

Use the NAFC Bladder Diary or Bowel Diary to track your bathroom habits, nutrition intake, and determine your incontinence triggers.  

Using a Bladder Diary or Bowel Diary 

Keeping track of your bathroom habits may seem a little strange at first, but it is a great way for you to see trends over time and learn what types of foods and drinks trigger your incontinence.  Especially if you are newly diagnosed, using a bladder or bowel diary can be invaluable.  Not only will you gain insight into your condition, but it will also aid your doctor in knowing what type of incontinence you suffer from and help him or her develop a more customized treatment plan for you.  

If you have bladder incontinence:  Download the NAFC Bladder Diary.

If you have fecal incontinence:  Download the NAFC Bowel Diary.

If you suffer from adult bedwetting:  Download the NAFC Bedwetting Diary.

Record your habits for at least four days, but ideally a week to really get a complete view of what is happening with your body.  Once you've learned some of your own triggers, it may help you to better manage your incontinence on your own.  If not, be sure to bring your diary to your doctors office so you can have an open discussion about your incontinence and develop a solution together.