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Incontinence Products & Supplies for Men & Women

The right incontinence protection is crucial to your good health as well as your self-esteem and independence; Whether used individually or in combination, incontinence supplies like absorbent bed pads and disposable underpads, adult diapers and protective underwear, odor-neutralizing deodorizers, and bathing wipes infused with healing botanicals provide comfort and peace of mind. proudly offers a full array of premium incontinence products for men and women at the best prices guaranteed. Incontinence is challenging, but quality supplies make it much easier to manage. For further savings, set up routine shipping with our convenient Allegro Autoship program.

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What is Incontinence?What is Incontinence?

What is Incontinence?

When the urinary system is functioning normally, bladder muscles restrict to move urine to the urethra. Simultaneously, the muscles around the urethra relax to allow urine to pass through. Urinary incontinence occurs when some or all of these muscles are not contracting properly, either because signals to the muscles misfire or a physical problem with the muscles themselves, resulting in unwanted urine leakage. Although incontinence is a significant challenge, it is not a medical condition in and of itself; it is a symptom of an underlying condition that can be managed in multiple ways including prescription medication, surgery, and over-the-counter incontinence supplies.

Related Terminology

Neurogenic Bladder - a dysfunction that results from interference with the normal nerve pathways associated with urination.

Bladder Training - The use of behavioral therapy to manage an overactive bladder, ex: not urinating for 10 or 15 minutes, to re-accustom the bladder to holding larger volumes.

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Stress Incontinence

Stress IncontinenceStress Incontinence

Involuntary leakage of urine from the bladder accompanying physical activity, like laughing, coughing, sneezing, or physical exercise, which places increased pressure on the abdomen.

Urge Incontinence

Urge IncontinenceUrge Incontinence

Urinary or fecal incontinence preceded by a sudden, uncontrollable impulse to evacuate; often a complaint of patients with urinary tract infections and in some women before the onset of menstruation.

Overflow Incontinence

Overflow IncontinenceOverflow Incontinence

When something will not allow the bladder to completely void of urine, excessive pressure causes frequent or constant dribbling known as overflow incontinence. Causes can include prostate enlargement, diabetes and spinal cord injuries.

Functional Incontinence

Functional IncontinenceFunctional Incontinence

This type of incontinence occurs despite normally functioning physiology, when a person cannot access a toilet. Common causes include cognitive disabilities like dementia or Alzheimer's disease and physical impairment like severe arthritis.

Reflex Incontinence

Reflex IncontinenceReflex Incontinence

Involuntary voiding that occurs when the bladder muscles contract and release urine without warning or an urge to urinate; Commonly associated with neurological conditions like Multiple Sclerosis, spinal cord injuries, or damage caused by radiation or surgery.

Other Types of Incontinence

  • Mixed Urinary Incontinence - When more than one type of incontinence occurs simultaneously, most commonly a combination of stress and urge incontinence.
  • Bowel Incontinence - The inability to control defecation; both physiologic and psychological conditions can be contributing factors; also known as Fecal Incontinence.

Causes of Urinary Incontinence in Adults

Certain factors increase your risk of developing urinary incontinence including age, gender, body weight, tobacco use, family history, and some disease. Generally, women are more likely to develop incontinence as they age due to the weakening of the pelvic floor muscles during childbirth and menopause; however men with prostate disease also have an increased likelihood. Other conditions such as neurological disorders and diabetes may also increase the risk of developing incontinence despite gender or age.

Common Temporary Causes

  • Urinary Tract Infections;
  • Constipation;
  • Natural diuretics causing high volume of urine including:
    • Heart and blood pressure medications
    • Sedatives and muscle relaxers
    • Large doses of Vitamin C
    • Alcohol
    • Coffee, tea, and other caffeinated beverages
    • Sparkling water
    • Chocolate
    • Chili peppers
    • Citrus fruit and other foods high in acid
    • Artificial sweeteners
    • Foods high in spice or sugar

Common Persistent Causes

  • Pregnancy and Childbirth
  • Aging Bladder and Menopause
  • Enlarged Prostate or Prostate Cancer
  • Physiological Obstruction such as a tumor or urinary stones
  • Neurological Disorders such as Multiple Sclerosis, Parkinson's Disease, stroke, brain tumor, or spinal injury


Incontinence Treatment

Treating incontinence involves identifying and resolving the underlying condition but it can be managed in multiple ways. Options can include surgical intervention, medications, bladder retraining, and strengthening exercises. By maintaining a healthy weight, avoiding bladder-irritating foods and beverages, limiting caffeine intake, increasing fiber intake, and quitting smoking, the risk of developing incontinence may decrease.

Treatment plans may include:

    • Kegel Exercises - Pelvic muscle strengthening;
    • Lifestyle changes - dietary conscientiousness, weight management, and/or smoking cessation;
    • Body Awareness - Bladder training, biofeedback;
    • Bulking Agents like collagen or Botox
    • Surgery;
    • Incontinence Products to manage incidents.

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Protective Underwear

Incontinence Protective UnderwearIncontinence Protective Underwear

Adult diapers, mesh underwear, and reusable protective undergarments offer full protection in many discreet and fashionable styles.

Bed Pads & Underpads

Dispodable Bed PadsDispodable Bed Pads

Reusable and disposable bed pads and underpads offer protection for mattresses, furniture, and car seats.

Pads, Shields & Guards

Incontinence PadsIncontinence Pads

Made for both men and women, incontinence pads and guards wick away moisture and absorb odors for conditions ranging from light to heavy.

Wipes & Washcloths

Prevail Incontinence WipesPrevail Incontinence Wipes

Disposable incontinence wipes and washcloths stave away unwanted skin rashes and irritations while keeping you fresh, clean, and comfortable.

Skin Care & Deodorizers

Mediaire Biological Incontinence Skin CleanserMediaire Biological Incontinence Skin Cleanser

Skincare is critical to managing the effects of incontinence. Odor-fighting cleansers and deodorizers keep you feeling fresh and confident.


When struggling with temporary or chronic bladder control conditions, incontinence products for men and women are indispensable. These products prevent embarrassing accidents with discretion and promote a sense of security and confidence. A vast array of medical incontinence supplies and accessories are available including sanitizing wipes, bed pads, protective underwear and even washable incontinence underwear. Each product is designed to help you remain clean and comfortable no matter the circumstances.


What causes urinary incontinence in adults?

Urinary incontinence occurs when bladder muscles and muscles surrounding the bladder are not functioning properly. This results in accidental urine leaks. It typically happens when the muscles relax without warning. There can be a variety of underlying causes. Weak bladder muscles are a common cause; as are weak pelvic floor muscles or overactive bladder muscles. Nerve damage from Parkinson’s disease, diabetes, and multiple sclerosis can lead to incontinence. In men, blockages from an enlarged prostate can be the cause. In women, vaginal infections can cause incontinence.

Your doctor will need to diagnose underlying causes. For people with this condition, bladder protection products are recommended. For example, protective underwear can prove useful through the diagnosis and treatment process.

What causes bowel incontinence?

Bowel incontinence is sometimes also referred to as fecal incontinence. It is characterized by a loss of bowel control that causes involuntary bowel movements. Causes can vary, but there are many things people can do to treat bowel incontinence. Diet modification or medications may be necessary. Things like bowel retraining and Kegel exercises can help retrain the bowels or strengthen pelvic floor muscles to prevent incontinence.

Incontinence undergarments are indispensable for people unable to make it to the bathroom. There are also other products that will prove useful including incontinence wipes to clean and maintain hygiene and incontinence deodorizers to minimize odors.

How are adult diapers sized?

Adult diapers come in a variety of sizes. If you’ve never purchased them before, you may not know where to start with sizing. Like many types of clothing, diapers come in sizes from XS to XL and beyond. Often, these sizes are based on waist measurements. For instance, size XS may measure between 20 and 26 inches at the waist. The XL will be larger—as an example, 43 to 67 inches at the waist. Some manufacturers also include body weight in their size charts to help you choose correctly.

Adult diaper sizing can vary from one manufacturer to the next. It is always best to refer to the size chart provided by the brand to make sure that you’re getting the correct size.

How do I protect a bed from incontinence incidents?

Bed pads and under pads are a lifesaver when it comes to protecting a bed from incidents of incontinence. If the incontinence is slight, bed pads are available in a variety of absorbency levels. This will help keep the mattress dry and sanitary. There are both disposable and reusable kinds, depending on your needs.

For larger incontinence issues, pair bed pads with a waterproof mattress cover to simplify the cleanup process. Disposable bed pads or under pads should still be used on top of the mattress cover as they will catch the bulk of the waste, making disposal easier and the bed more comfortable. Bed pads are designed with layers of padding not only to absorb moisture, but to provide cushioning, as well.

The information, including but not limited to text, graphics, images, charts, and any other material on this site, is intended for informational purposes only and does not take the place of medical guidance provided by your physician. No information on this site is intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Please consult a qualified medical professional about your condition or circumstances before undertaking a new healthcare regimen.