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Adult Diapers with Tabs for Men and Women

Adult diapers with tabs provide comprehensive incontinence protection with simplicity in mind; Velcro, tape, or hook and loop tabs are easily fastened or unfastened allowing both independent users and caregivers to dress or undress in standing, sitting, or lying down positions. Incontinence briefs with tabs for adults are available in a variety of absorbances for daytime or overnight use as well as in gender-specific designs for the unique needs of men and women suffering with various forms of incontinence. Allegromedical.com proudly offers a full selection of adult diapers with tabs for men and women, overnight diapers with tabs, heavy absorbency briefs with tabs and more 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 do I keep the tabs on an adult diaper from unsticking?

Sometimes, the tabs on adult diapers don’t stay fastened together for several reasons. Some reasons for tabs unsticking include the diapers being too small for the wearer, weak adhesive, or the tabs getting caught on something. Unfortunately, some adult diaper tabs have stronger adhesive than others. You may want to take a better brand like TENA Ultra Briefs or McKesson Super Plus Briefs. Also, some elderly adults and people with dementia will intentionally pull their diaper pads apart. In this case, waterproof underwear covers could solve this problem by making it more challenging to unfasten the adult diaper. Plus, the underwear covers provide another layer of leak protection. However, don’t confuse this product with disposable protective underwear.

Which adult diaper brands have tabs?

Some of the best adult diapers with tabs brands are ProCare, Prevail, TENA, Unique Wellness, McKesson, and ABENA. ProCare and Prevail offer plus-size diapers with waist sizes up to 73 inches, and Unique Wellness uses NASA-inspired technology to offer an adult diaper that can last up to 8 hours between changes. All these brands provide exceptional protection. But McKesson’s adult incontinence diapers offer excellent odor control and skin health.

What are incontinence diapers with tabs used for?

People who experience involuntary discharge of urine or feces are suffering from incontinence. Fortunately, incontinence diapers with tabs can help prevent this condition from affecting their quality of life by absorbing and retaining the discharge, preventing waste matter from soiling their clothing or bedding. Other incontinence apparel like pull ups only absorbs the urine. But incontinence diapers manage bladder and bowel leakage. Most people start wearing incontinence diapers when they feel wetness in the groin area or smell urine.

How do you change an adult diaper?

Before you begin to change an adult diaper, you will need pre-moistened wipes, disposable cloths, moisturizers, and gloves. Then, wash your hands, put on your medical gloves, and make sure the patient rests on his or her back. Next, unfasten the diaper tabs and slip the furthest flap under the patients’ hip. At this point, gently roll patients over on his or her side, facing opposite of you. Remove the diaper by pulling it toward you as you roll it into a cylinder. After you have discarded the diaper, clean the patient thoroughly with the wipes while checking for any incontinence-related dermatitis or bed sores. Then, apply the moisturizer before re-washing your hands and re-gloving.

To apply the new diaper, fold it inward like a hot dog bun with the backing facing outward. Try not to touch the inside to avoid contamination. With the patient in the side position, move the diaper between the patient’s legs with the wider backside aligned with the buttocks. Next, stretch the rear of the diaper, so it covers the entire buttocks. Roll the patient onto his or her back and cover the entire front with the diaper. Finally, fasten the adhesive tabs with the bottom tabs at an upper angle and the top tabs at a downward angle. Make sure the patient is comfortable and better protected by adjusting the edges.

How often should an adult diaper be changed?

Depending on specific indicators, you need to change the adult diaper 5 to 8 times a day. Most diapers with tabs for adults have a built-in moisture indicator. Whenever it changes color, you will know it’s time for a diaper change. Also, you should change it after every bowel movement to reduce the possibility of contamination. These frequent needs for diaper changes mean the average incontinent patient needs a minimum of 150 diapers a month.

Why choose a tabbed diaper rather than a pull-up style?

Both tabbed and pull-up style diapers protect patients from incontinence. However, tabbed diapers provide stronger protection. Many incontinence patients prefer pull-ups because they are less bulky and function like regular underwear. But pull-ups don’t provide the absorbency of both urine and feces like the tabbed diapers do, especially overnight diapers with tabs. Plus, along with having a more adjustable fit, tabbed diapers are much easier to change than pull-ups due to their fastenable side panels.


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