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“A secret club”: focus groups about women’s toileting behaviors
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Metrics details. Focus groups were conducted by trained female moderators and sessions were audiotaped. Participants completed an anonymous questionnaire containing validated items to determine the presence of UI and OAB. Audiotapes were transcribed and content was analyzed by two investigators to identify themes.
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Through trial and error, she has learned that the only way she can be out of the house from 9am to 5pm without needing the toilet is to limit her fluid intake to one and a half child-size cups per day. It has taken her years to train herself to survive on such a small amount of liquid and she has tricks to get past the thirst, including chewing gum to produce more saliva. The year-old has muscular dystrophy and has busy, active days: she is a mum to two young daughters and runs a charity, the Minicore Project , which she founded for those with her disability. But, for decades, what she can do and where she can go has been dictated by toilet provision. As she is unable to get out of her wheelchair herself, standard disabled toilets in Britain — which have only grab rails and no hoist to help lift someone — are inaccessible to her.
Very often, specialized companies create assistive technology with little input from actual users with disabilities. These products are usually institutional in look and feel, overpriced, and only reimbursable by insurance. I followed the progress of Team Free To Pee : a project that will assist women in wheelchairs to pee without assistance. This is the first of a 2-part article that features interviews with the team before and after the event.