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Incontinence Products

  1. Adult Diaper Sizing Guide

    Adult Diaper Sizing Guide: How to Select and Choose the Proper Fit.

    Learn how to find the best-fitting incontinence protection in this complete guide to adult diaper sizing.

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  2. The Best Urinary Incontinence Products for Men

    Urinary incontinence is often described with words like “embarrassing” or “uncontrollable,” and these terms are part of the reason that almost all types of urinary incontinence fail to be reported quickly. In fact, it is not unusual for someone with symptoms of urinary leakage to wait an average of six years before consulting with a medical professional about it.

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  3. Urinary Incontinence and Quality of Life

    Urinary incontinence ranks as one of the most under-reported symptoms among both men and women alike. This is due to a few basic misunderstandings:

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  4. Urinary Incontinence Demystified

    Did you know that urinary incontinence is one of the most under-reported medical issues? This is for several very different reasons:

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  5. Exploring the Best Female Urinary Incontinence Products for Women

    Maybe you provide care to a loved one or patient struggling with urine leakage? Do they say that it is very embarrassing, distressing, or uncontrollable? These are very commonly used adjectives when patients discuss their urinary incontinence.

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  6. Basic Facts about Urinary Incontinence in Men

    Incontinence is the inability to completely control the bladder or bowels. Any type of incontinence will occur by degrees from mild to severe and will have an array of causes. Urinary incontinence, though most common among women, occurs in men and manifests in different ways, as well. The National Association for Continence indicates that in the U.S. alone there are more than 20 million people dealing with some sort of incontinence, and this explains the huge array of incontinence products available.

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  7. Learn How to Use Your Cunningham Clamp - A Penis Clamp for Stress Incontinence

    Available in large, regular, or juvenile to meet all types of sizes.  Finding the best fit is easy, using a soft measuring tape all you need to do is measure  around the shaft of your penis, compress lightly.

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  8. Skin Care and Incontinence: 3 easy steps to prevent incontinence skin problems

    People with incontinence (urinary or fecal) tend to have excessive moisture build up around their buttocks, hips, and genitals.  Skin irritations are caused by excessive moisture.  Caregivers and users of incontinence products should be on the lookout for skin with the appearance of redness, peeling, or perineal dermatitis (diaper rash).  Yeast infections are also very common skin ailments in incontinent people.  Yeast infections on the skin can be very uncomfortable and often painful.  They are easy to identify with their fiery red appearance and itchy burning sensation.  Treatment with an anti-fungal cream is often necessary in order to heal.

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  9. A Danish Twist on Adult Incontinence

    A Danish Twist on Adult Incontinence

    People all over the world are similar in many respects and dealing with incontinence is no different culturally. A Danish company, Abena, has figured out how to improve upon what’s been used here in the U.S. since Depend was first introduced in 1978. These products are far superior to the brands here in the U.S. because they have superior absorbency and offer extreme breathability.

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  10. How Prevail® Can Help With Loss of Bladder Control

    How Prevail® Can Help With Loss of Bladder Control

    Loss of Bladder or Bowel Control (LOBC)—typically known as incontinence affects millions. Incontinence often is a symptom of other conditions, or a side effect from medications, diet and nutrition habits or lifestyle changes.  Incontinence is a manageable issue with the right products, treatment and information. Prevail® designs products and programs to provide unsurpassed protection and comfort that allow people with LOBC to live comfortably, feel more confident and be more involved with those around them.

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