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Urinary Incontinence Management: Diapers

Adult Diapers for Men – Should You Use Them?

If you are suffering from male urinary incontinence, you might be one of many people turning to men’s diapers or pads to help manage your symptoms. Depending on your level of incontinence, adult diapers for men are often used in conjunction with plastic pants to help control leaks and keep clothing and bedding dry.

The Disadvantages of Men’s Diapers for the Wearer

Although diapers and pads are one of the more common methods to treat urinary incontinence, there are many drawbacks.

First, they need to be changed frequently to avoid problems like wetness, odor and skin irritation. Because they need to be changed often, you need to keep a supply on hand at all times, which can be difficult if you have an active lifestyle.

Second, they can be bulky, which can hinder mobility and can have an impact on the type of clothing you choose to wear. For instance, you may opt to wear baggier clothing than you would like to hide the shape of the diaper while you’re out.

Third, diapers make going out more stressful. Aside from concerns about whether clothing is masking the shape of the diaper, you may find yourself preoccupied with concerns about odors, or may find it harder to enjoy the day because you’re more concerned about whether the nearest restroom provides privacy if you are in need of a diaper change.

Fortunately, you have more options when it comes to managing your urinary incontinence!

Men’s Liberty: The Discreet, Dependable Option

Men’s Liberty is an alternative to traditional external catheters and is a great solution for those currently using adult diapers to manage urinary incontinence. Unlike diapers, it is designed to keep moisture away from the skin, and it can be worn for up to 24 hours, giving you a greater sense of independence. Our unique product provides secure, reliable incontinence care for all types of male anatomy and can get you back to the independent lifestyle you deserve.

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