How do you insert a Coloplast catheter?

How do you insert a Coloplast catheter?

Hold the penis upright and apply gentle pressure to insert the lubricated catheter. You may feel some resistance when the catheter reaches the sphincter and the prostate and you may notice a feeling of wanting to pass urine. Try to relax and take a slow, deep outward breath which can help to relax the sphincter.

How do you insert a male catheter in a man?

Aim your penis upward towards your abdomen (belly). Make sure to stand over a toilet or a container to catch the urine that will flow from the catheter. Insert the catheter slowly and gently into your penis. Push the catheter in until you see urine flowing from the catheter.

How far do you insert a catheter in a male?

Encourage your patient to breathe deeply as you gently insert the catheter tip into the meatus. Advance it 7 to 9 inches (17.5 to 22.5 cm) or until urine starts draining, then advance it another inch (2.5 cm). If you meet any resistance, rotate or withdraw the catheter slightly.

How many times a day should you self catheterize?

How often do I need to perform self-catheterization? Your healthcare provider can help determine how many times a day you need to empty your bladder. Most people complete the process four to six times a day or every four to six hours.

How to contact Coloplast about intermittent catheters?

To learn more, talk to your healthcare provider. For further information, call Coloplast Corp. at 1-866-226-6362 and/or consult the company website at *Coloplast has compensated these users to share their product experience. Each person’s situation is unique so your experience may not be the same.

Which is the best conveen catheter for men?

Conveen Optima is Coloplast’s award-winning male external catheter for men with urinary incontinence. Discreet, reliable and very easy to use, Conveen is the preferred incontinence solution by a majority of patients.

Do you need a guide for male catheterisation?

If you are living with a male bladder problem which requires catheterisation, it is really important that you feel comfortable catheterising, so we suggest that you spend a couple of minutes watching the guide that is relevant to you. Would you like to try this product? Request sample

Which is the best intermittent catheter for men?

The soft bead at the end of the tip guides the catheter for easy insertion and the dry-sleeve can be gripped and handled allowing for hygienic insertion of the catheter without touching the catheter tube. Request free samples! The most compact catheter for men, SpeediCath® Compact Male is the discreet and instantly ready to use catheter for men.