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Adult Diapers & Incontinence Briefs for Men and Women

Disposable underwear and incontinence briefs, also known as adult diapers, are essential when living with or caring for someone with a bowel or bladder control problem. Selecting properly-sized protective underwear with the right absorbency level and protection style for your medical condition will keep your skin healthy and give you a sense of security. Choose from overnight and long-wear disposable or reusable briefs to wick away moisture, control odor and deter bacterial growth; or for those with lighter or sporadic incontinence concerns, use panty liners, shields and guards for discreet protection. offers a full array of quality incontinence products for men and women from industry-leading brands like Prevail, Kendall, TENA, Attends and more. Shop confidently with our Best Price Guarantee.


How do I dispose of adult diapers?

Soiled adult diapers and protective underwear should be handled with care. To maintain a sanitary environment and control odor, proper disposal is essential. At home or in a clinical setting, disposal options like the Janibell® Akord Adult Diaper Disposal System offer a sanitary hands-free way to dispose of adult diapers, pads, liners, wipes and other incontinence products. Used with an odor-controlling liner, these diaper pails are made specifically for adult-sized items and should be emptied daily. Avoid throwing away used diapers in communal trash cans.

In public, do not place used diapers in trash cans unless you use a disposable bag designed for this purpose. Disposable diaper bags seal away waste, preventing health hazards and odors. It is wise to carry disposable diaper bags if you anticipate needing to change in a public restroom.

Can bladder control underwear leak?

Bladder control underwear can leak, but there are a variety of things you can do to minimize the chances of leakage. Start by choosing the right product for you and your specific needs. Protective underwear should be sized to fit snugly around the waist and legs. You should also choose the correct absorbency level to ensure you have proper protection. Leaks are often caused by overflowing absorbent material or improperly fitted underwear. To prevent overflow, you should also make sure to change bladder control underwear as often as recommended by the manufacturer or as soon as the absorbency maximum has been reached. Please note - With normal wear and tear from daily activities, incontinence products can begin to break down and become looser or less absorbent. Timely replacement will help keep you feeling clean and confident, as well as prevent leaks.

How often will I need to change my incontinence briefs?

Changing incontinence briefs regularly is crucial to sanitation and for preventing leaks. If the underwear has been soiled, change it immediately so that waste and moisture isn’t trapped against the skin. Most experts recommend changing disposable underwear between five and eight times per day. Even if the underwear has not been soiled, frequent changes will prevent rashes and other health issues caused by sweat, bacteria and other factors.

How do I change a bedridden patient’s incontinence briefs?

When assisting a bedridden patient, proper sanitation processes are imperative. Wash your hands and wear disposable medical gloves. With the patient lying on his or her back, unfasten the diaper’s tabs; then roll the patient on his or her side by placing one hand on their shoulder and one hand on their hip. Gently pull the diaper out from beneath them and dispose of it properly.

Make sure to clean the patient thoroughly with cleansing products designed specifically for incontinence. Dispose of incontinence wipes or disposable washcloths with sanitation in mind. Skin barrier cream or protective ointment can be used after cleansing to prevent rashes and bedsores. Next, open a new diaper and tuck one side of it beneath the patient’s hip. Roll the patient onto the diaper, pull it between their legs, and fasten the tabs. Dispose of your gloves and wash your hands.

What medical conditions require adults to wear diapers?

There are many conditions that can result in the need to use incontinence products. A common condition, overactive bladder, can be caused by damage to the bladder’s nerves, other parts of the nervous system, damage to pelvic floor muscles, or aging. Multiple Sclerosis, Parkinson’s Disease, stroke, diabetes, and even excessive bladder infections can also lead to urinary or bowel incontinence.

Disposable adult diapers and reusable incontinence underwear are also useful for patients unable to get to the bathroom by themselves. They can prevent soiled clothing and bedding in the event that a caregiver cannot reach them in time to assist them to the bathroom.

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