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Bowel Incontinence Products - Pads, Protective Underwear

Bowel incontinence, also known as fecal incontinence, is a symptom of an underlying medical condition that occurs when the muscles controlling the opening of the anus are weak. While diarrhea and constipation are common causes, chronic conditions such as diabetes, dementia, and multiple sclerosis may lead to long-term fecal incontinence treatment. With maximum protection, discretion and comfort in mind, Allegromedical.com offers high quality bowel incontinence pads, protective underwear, and fecal management systems from industry-leading brands at the best 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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Bowel Incontinence

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS


What is fecal incontinence?

Fecal incontinence, or bowel incontinence, occurs when an individual is unable to control the muscles around the anus causing stool or feces to leak from the rectum unexpectedly. Fecal incontinence can range from occasional leakage to complete loss of bowel control*. Reasons for this condition include everything from diarrhea, food poisoning, or nerve damage to recently giving birth or aging. While treatment will vary in type and length depending on the underlying cause of the condition, fecal incontinence care products can help make life more manageable in the meantime.

What causes bowel incontinence?

Bowel incontinence can be caused by aging, declining health conditions like kidney and liver disease, colon cancer, immobility, food poisoning, childbirth, the stomach virus and many other reasons. It is often a temporary issue, but in some cases can be a prolonged experience easily managed with quality bowel incontinence products. For some patients, fecal incontinence treatments like changes in diet, over-the-counter or prescription medications, bowel training treatment and exercises can help restore bowel control.

What can be done for bowel incontinence?

Bowel incontinence is a medical condition whereby bowel movements, or feces, may leak out of the rectum without warning. Depending on the underlying medical reason for the condition, treatment will vary. Your healthcare provider may recommend anti-diarrheal medication, laxatives, kegel exercises, electrotherapy, or possibly surgery to correct the condition. In the meantime, bowel incontinence products are available to manage daily life discreetly and comfortably. Some popular products include adult diapers, bowel incontinence protective underwear, disposable bowel incontinence briefs, and bowel incontinence pads to collect unexpected fecal leaks, provide odor control, and reduce irritation and rashes. When patients are bedridden or immobilized, absorbent bed pads or a fecal management system can be employed to collect feces and divert fecal matter away from the anus.

What are the best pads for bowel incontinence?

The best bowel incontinence pads will confidently absorb fecal matter and associated odors while contouring the body well for maximum discretion and protection. A well-designed pad like Tranquility's TopLiner Super Booster bowel incontinence pads offers comfort, prevents leaks, reduces the potential for rashes and skin irritations, and eliminates the need for nighttime changes.

What is a fecal management system?

A fecal management system diverts liquid feces and semi-firm stool away from the anus into a closed-system to protect both the environment from fecal contamination and the patient’s skin from irritation and possible infection. Used temporarily in severe uncontrolled cases of diarrhea, a catheter tube is inserted into the anus and is held in place with an inflated balloon. Much like urinary catheters, the tube is connected to an external collection bag.

How do bowel incontinence products work?

Bowel incontinence products are essentially the same idea as a baby’s diaper or female’s menstrual pad. They absorb the liquid feces and hold the solid waste that the patient is unable to hold back. For proper fecal incontinence care, patients need to be changed often and should be outfitted with products that absorb as much as possible, leaving very little on the skin itself. If the fecal matter remains in contact with the skin for too long, it will cause serious skin irritation, especially if the patient will be immobilized for a long period.


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