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Urine Leg Bag Holders, Straps & Sleeves

Urine bag holders, catheter leg bag straps, and sleeves worn on the thigh or belly provide catheter patients with a sense of security and increased discretion. Flexible and breathable, leg bag holders conform to the patient’s thigh with lightweight compression; while leg straps available with velcro, snap or button fasteners secure tubing and urinary drainage bags worn on the upper leg. Shop our inventory of urinary leg bag holders, securement straps, and sleeves at the lowest prices guaranteed. For peace of mind and further savings, set up routine shipping with our convenient Allegro Autoship program. Read More Read Less

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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS


How much urine does a leg bag hold?

When using a catheter, you’ll usually have to use a leg bag. This is designed to collect drainage from the catheter. There are two types of leg bags. For daytime use, regular urinary leg bags are generally used. Because it is easier to monitor and then change or empty leg bags during the daytime, these have a smaller capacity. Most hold between 19 and 32 ounces.

The second option is the overnight catheter bag. At night, it’s less likely that you’ll wake to empty or change the bag. Therefore, overnight catheter bags have a larger capacity, holding between 68 and 136 ounces.

How do I strap a catheter bag to the leg?

Leg bags are typically attached to your leg because it makes movement much easier. It also means the bag can be hidden beneath clothing. To attach a leg bag, you will need the catheter drainage bag, a urine bag holder of some kind, and your usual supplies to change your catheter. Once you have sanitized and changed the catheter, you’ll then use catheter leg bag straps. Place the bag against your leg and fasten the straps around your leg and the bag. Make sure not to fasten too tightly so as not to cut off circulation in your leg.

Do straps come with leg bags?

The answer to this question depends on the product. For instance, the Urocare leg bag holder does not come with a bag. However, some leg bags do come with a catheter leg bag holder. You’ll need to shop for the bag and a Foley leg bag strap or another type of strap that is most comfortable for you. Some leg bags feature attached straps. If you would like to use a urinary leg bag sleeve or a preferred type of strap, shop for leg bag holders and bags separately.

Will I need extension tubing with a leg bag holder?

Extension tubing is usually necessary. Leg bags can be placed on the thigh or the calf—whichever is most comfortable for you. Extension tubing will allow for increased comfort. When tubing is too short, your range of motion could be restricted or you could inadvertently tug on the catheter itself. Extension tubing can be cut to the right length for your needs to eliminate this problem.

Which type of leg bag straps are best?

This is a matter of personal preference. There are lots of different leg bag straps available. These include leg bag straps made of velcro, which are easy to adjust to fit around your leg. There are also elastic leg bag straps, which are stretchy and slide onto your leg.

A leg bag sleeve is another option. These are made of stretchy fabric. They slide onto your leg like a sleeve. The leg bag slides into a pouch along the side of the sleeve. Some people find this style to be the most comfortable of all.

Can I use a urine bag holder in bed?

It isn’t advised to sleep with a leg bag holder. This is because the urine bag should always be kept below the level of your waist. Keeping the bag low stops urine from flowing back into your bladder and potentially causing an infection. When in bed, it is best to avoid using a leg bag holder and instead hang the bag beside the bed, below the level of your waist.

The same is true when showering, even though you are upright. Hang the bag from the railing below waist level while you shower so that you don’t have to worry about getting straps or a leg bag sleeve wet.


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