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Mesh Underwear for Incontinence, Postpartum & Post-Surgical Use

Disposable mesh underpants, often referred to as postpartum or post-surgical underwear, are typically used in conjunction with incontinence pads or liners; Utilized by both men and women, mesh underwear combines an airy feel with a secure fit to guard against leaks. Allegromedical.com carries a variety of surgical mesh underpants 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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Mesh Underwear

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS


Can you wash mesh underwear?

Mesh underwear, designed to hold maxim pads for postpartum bleeding or incontinence pads in place, is a popular option because it is both comfortable and lightweight; but the fragile material will undoubtedly fray if not cared for properly or after prolonged use. They can be washed and reused or disposed of and replaced after one use. Because they are very thin and can easily rip, they should be washed by hand or in a lingerie bag on a delicate cycle only. To get the maximum life out of your mesh panties, carefully wash them and hang to dry. Do not place them in the dryer. Even though you can wash mesh underwear, they are intended to last for only a few weeks at best.

What are postpartum underwear?

Postpartum underwear are comfortable undergarments worn frequently after women give birth to absorb a high volume of blood. The phrase can refer to either mesh underwear worn with a pad or heavy absorbent compression panties. Mesh postpartum underwear are made of a soft, lightweight knit material along with an ultra-absorbent pad. As a woman can bleed heavily for up to six weeks postpartum, ordinary pads aren’t always enough for the flow and tampons are not advisable. Alternatively, super-absorbent underwear made of more substantial cotton fabric can absorb very large amounts of blood and provide light compression around the uterus to help stop the bleeding sooner. Postpartum underwear are generally best for postpartum women, but due to their high absorbency capability, they can also be used for women suffering from incontinence that may or may not be related to childbirth.

How long do you wear mesh underwear after giving birth?

Generally, women can experience varying levels of bleeding for up to six weeks postpartum. Many women may stop bleeding sooner, but it is not uncommon to bleed for the entire six weeks. Mesh underwear will come in handy during the time you are bleeding as it comfortably holds super-absorbent pads in place without the bulk of regular underwear. Typically, disposable mesh underpants are intended for one-time use so it is not uncommon to use multiple pairs in one day.

How do you use mesh underwear for incontinence control?

Mesh underwear offers a number of different methods to help with incontinence control, all by holding incontinence products securely in place. One alternative is to place an absorbent pad inside your everyday underwear and wear mesh underwear on top to keep the pad and underwear from shifting. If you do not wear regular underwear, mesh or knit underwear can be worn directly over disposable incontinence briefs for the same purpose. Finally, use mesh underwear directly over your incontinence pad with or without everyday underwear on top. In all instances, be sure to change your pad or incontinence pants often. Mesh underwear is not absorbent and not intended for leak protection.

Which incontinence products do I need to use with mesh underwear?

Along with mesh underpants, you will need a few other incontinence products as well. To absorb urine or fecal matter, you will wear incontinence insert pads inside your undergarments. These pads can be placed inside your personal underwear, or you can place them directly inside mesh underwear. You may also want to invest in a barrier product to protect the skin from incontinence irritation. These types of creams, lotions, and ointments are specially formulated to create a moisture barrier that will keep the skin protected and hydrated. Together, these products can help you manage bladder control issues and/or fecal incontinence.


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