Lady Dignity Washable Panties with Built-In Protective Pouch

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Features:
  • Stretch-lock® pouch holds incontinence pad securely in place
  • Attractive lace trim and bow appliqué
  • Washable and reusable
Product Overview:

Lady Dignity Washable Brief with Built-In Protective Pouch


Hartmann USA - Lady Dignity Washable Brief are a feminine fitted brief with a patented “Stretch-lock” Pouch sewn inside the pant is designed to hold an absorbent pad or liner securely in place. Pouch is positioned for women’s urinary problems, reducing the risk of leakage and/or discomfort. Free absorbent liner included! Washable.

Hartmann USA - Lady DIGNITY Panty Features:

  • Cotton / poly blend fabric
  • Moisture-proof pouch holds pads in place and provides extra leakage protection
  • Scalloped waist and leg elastic
  • Attractive lace trim and bow appliqué
Lady Dignity Washable Brief with Built-In Protective Pouch

Use:Reusable
Closure Style:Pull Up/Fitted
Protection Level:None without pad
Sex:Female
Age:Adult
Protection Type:Urinary Incontinence
Bariatric:No

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Lady Dignity Washable Panties with Built-In Protective Pouch Reviews Summary
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Average Rating
4 reviews
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3 out of 4 recommended this product to their friends
Top Pros

Comfortable (3)
Discreet (3)
Protective (2)
Breathable (2)
Top Cons

Sometimes leak (1)
Doesn't Fit (1)
Chafes (1)
Uncomfortable (1)
Bulky (1)
Top Best Uses

Daily Use (3)
Home (2)
Travel (1)
1-2 of 4 reviews
Huge and protrudes in front Verified Purchaser

Cons:
Doesn't Fit. Chafes. Uncomfortable. Bulky.
Describe Yourself:
Caregiver.

Looked good in Catalogue, but was huge and pads too thick not to show. Have used other incontence briefs sucessfully in the past, so am sure these are oversized.

by from Salt Lake City, Utah
  No, I wouldn't recommend this to a friend
4 person found this review helpful
Good alternative to pads Verified Purchaser

Pros:
Comfortable. Discreet.
Cons:
Sometimes leak.
Best Uses:
Daily Use.
Describe Yourself:
Long Term User.

Sizes tend to run large. They are not returnable,[...]you can try one size one time, then another size the next.

by from Winchester, VA
  Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
4 person found this review helpful
1-2 of 4 reviews
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Cant find anywhere how many come in a package. Don't understand why that wouldn't be very clear. Will shop elsewhere until that's been fixed.
Asked on Apr 28, 2015 7:55:10 PM by Jill Liane from SoCal
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By using measurements, I should wear a size "XL". When it was received, it was too large (probably need a "MED"). Do all of the protective pouches have the same measurements, no matter what size you order? (I was disappointed that the length was only 11" RELAXED and 13" when stretched; the seller told me that the length of the "XL" should be 16". I am tempted to remove some of the seam in the front and back and make the pouch flat against the panty, reattaching the seams and then it wouldn't be a pouch any longer. I am afraid the pouch would leak! Has anyone else tried this? Does anyone know if you can buy the "stretch lock" material anywhere? Thanks!
Asked on May 2, 2012 9:29:09 PM by Curious from West Virginia
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Part Number(s): 098 5171 05

Mfg Part Number(s): 30201

Scrip Part Number(s): 098 5171 05


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