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There are a lot of misconceptions about incontinence. It can be hard to tell where the truth lies. So, whether you’re living with incontinence or caring for someone who is, check out a few debunked myths to help you keep the facts straight: 1. Myth: To avoid urinary leaks, don’t drink much water. Reality: It is […]
Our mission is to do whatever we can to help men and women living with incontinence feel comfortable and confident. Incontinence doesn’t have to stop you from enjoying everything life has to offer and our incontinence products were specifically designed to improve quality of life. We love hearing about how our incontinence products have made […]
Could the discomfort you’re experiencing be caused by overflow incontinence? Overflow incontinence is a type of urinary incontinence (lacking control over the bladder) that involves your bladder not being able to fully empty itself. The result is trickles of urine that happens fairly often. The University of Maryland Medical Center explains that there are numerous […]
Urination happens without us thinking too much about it, but that all changes when incontinence and bladder problems start. Suddenly, you are rushing out in the middle of an important meeting to make it to the bathroom in time, or getting up at 2:00 am, and again at 4:00 am, to visit the restroom. Unfortunately, […]
Everyone deserves a good night’s rest. But, waking up in the middle of the night to a wet mattress or lying awake worrying about making it to the restroom in time can keep you from getting the quality sleep you need. Adult bedwetting has many causes ranging from temporary to permanent. If incontinence is keeping […]
It’s estimated that about 25 million people living throughout North America experience some sort of incontinence, or the unintentional leakage of urine. Such issues can arise for a variety of reasons and range from minor to major in severity. Some people can even kick incontinence altogether by either taking medication, exercising the pelvic muscles to […]
Caregivers have numerous roles to fill, and frequent laundering just adds to your list of responsibilities. Relieve yourself of household messes and cleanup with washable and reusable bed pads. Incontinence protection is the primary use for bed pads, but families of all types will find them useful. Read through for alternative uses you probably never […]
Incontinence, rapid weight loss or gain, unusual thirst or hunger, blurry vision, and excessive fatigue are all common symptoms of diabetes. Diabetes is caused by high blood sugar levels. Furthermore, it’s estimated that some 7 million Americans are living with undetected diabetes because such symptoms can be minimal in the early stages. However, once they come to total fruition, damage to the nervous and circulatory systems, in addition to the symptoms mentioned in the opening, are common among diabetic patients.
According to the National Association for Incontinence, more than 25 million adults in the US suffer from some form of urinary incontinence; more than 75 percent of those being women. According to the US Department of Health’s project sector, women’s health, childbirth, pregnancy, and menopause are major contributors to the prevalence of the condition in women. Whatever […]
Bladder or urinary incontinence in teens occurs when the individual cannot keep their urine from leaking out of their urethra. The urethra carries the urine from their bladder so it can exit the body. There are three common kinds of urinary incontinence.
The medical term urinary incontinence refers to the circumstance an individual suffers when unable to control his/her bladder. Many people wear incontinence panties and incontinence briefs with special pads or disposable adult underwear to prevent embarrassment, should there be a mishap. Urinary incontinence is not considered a disease; it is a symptom. While it is true that over time the muscles in the […]