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Tips for finding the right product

  • What is the end user's level of mobility? Users with full mobility who can change themselves may prefer pull-up underwear while those that have limited mobility or are bedridden may be better off with a tape-on product because they need help with getting changed.
  • What type of incontinence (urinary or fecal) are you trying to address and how absorbent does the product need to be?
  • Think about what products you are currently using and what about them is not working.
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What type of incontinence need are you trying to address?

Types of incontinence

Urinary

  • Stress incontinence: Urine leaks when you exert pressure on your bladder by coughing, sneezing, laughing, exercising or lifting something heavy.
  • Urge incontinence: You have a sudden, intense urge to urinate followed by an involuntary loss of urine.
  • Overflow incontinence: You experience frequent or constant dribbling of urine due to a bladder that doesn't empty completely.
  • Functional incontinence: A physical or mental impairment keeps you from making it to the toilet in time.

Bowel

  • Bowel incontinence is the inability to control bowel movements, causing stool (feces) to leak from the rectum.
  • Also called fecal incontinence, bowel incontinence ranges from an occasional leakage of stool while passing gas to a complete loss of bowel control.

What type of product do you think would best suite your need?

Product Types

Pull-Up Underwear

  • Look and feel of regular underwear
  • More comfortable for active users
  • More discreet under clothing
  • May have tear-away sides for easy removal
  • May have leg cuffs to contain leaks

Tape-On Briefs

  • Easiest for putting on or taking off for caregivers
  • Typically used for less mobile users or bedridden users
  • Most common style used in institutional settings
  • Adjustable tabs may offer a more customized fit around narrow legs or larger bellies
  • Easier clean up for bowel incontinence

Bladder Control Pads

  • For light incontinence
  • Specially designed pads offer discreet leakage absorption
  • Can be worn within your own everyday underwear

Which of these best describes your required absorbency level?

Absorbency Levels

Light

  • Light incontinence involves pressure on your bladder that causes a small amount of urine to leak. This is generally caused by coughing, sneezing, laughing, exercising or lifting something heavy.

Intermittent

  • Intermittent incontinence consists of moderate to heavy voids that are a result of frequent sudden involuntary losses of urine.

Overnight

  • Overnight incontinence consists of multiple/heavy voids that require 6-10 hours of continuous protection.

Which size works best for you? (Optional)

Sizing Information

  • Including your size is optional but is helpful in narrowing down the product selection especially when it comes to Small or XX-Large and up. Please be sure to check the product description on each product as there is a minor amount of size variability between brands.

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