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"I won't be able to go out or travel with intermittent catheters."

While long trips or going out to dinner may seem like a daunting task for intermittent catheter users, both are absolutely possible. With a little extra planning and practice, you can socialize with friends and family or take the trip of a life time.

Feeling comfortable cathing in a public setting can help give you confidence to go wherever you want, whenever you want. Here are two great articles to help make that process easy and discreet.

  1. Tips for Cathing in a Public Restroom
  2. How to Travel with Intermittent Catheters

It is also important to maintain the recommended approach you and your doctor have determined for your self-cathing routine.

Practice makes perfect. Travel with confidence and don't let intermittent cathing stop you for doing all the things that make you, you. 

Enroll in me+ or Request Product Samples

The me+™ program from ConvaTec offers tools to help make life as a catheter user completely your own. Enroll in me+ or request free product samples. Experience the latest technology and discover answers to the most commonly asked cathing questions.

Adjusting to cathing can be tough, with a range of practical, physical and emotional challenges. You don’t have to figure it out alone. Call and talk to a member of the me+ support team today. Call 1-800-422-8811 (M-F, 8:30 AM-7:00 PM ET).