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Urinary Incontinence Management: Pads

What are Male Incontinence Pads?

When a man experiences small amounts of leaking or dribbling urine, male incontinence pads can be used to provide extra protection.

Male incontinence pads, also called guards, are placed in the front portion of an undergarment for comfort and protection from wetness. They are available in varying degrees of absorbency, and are usually made of a cloth-like material that wicks moisture away from the skin. They can be disposable or reusable based on the product you choose.

The Disadvantages of Male Incontinence Pads

Even though male incontinence pads are designed to draw moisture away from the skin, even a small amount of wetness can cause discomfort. Skin rashes are a common side effect for the wearer, as the acidity of urine can cause erosion of the sensitive skin in the area.

Sometimes, males find they need a combination of incontinence pads and another product, like plastic pants, to provide better protection from leaks. Many men feel this combination is too bulky to wear under normal clothing. Many men also find that disposable pads are not discreet and not very comfortable.

If you are using or considering disposable pads, cost is another disadvantage. While easier to maintain than reusable pads, the cost of buying new disposable pages can really add up over time.

Men’s Liberty: The Discreet, Dependable Option

If you’re currently using male incontinence pads to manage urinary incontinence, Men’s Liberty provides a more convenient, discreet and comfortable option whether you leak a little or a lot.

Like incontinence diapers, Men’s Liberty directs urine away from the skin, which may help reduce the risk of urinary tract infections and rashes that are common with other types of catheters. Plus, Men’s Liberty is covered by most insurance companies, so it’s an affordable option, too!

Fill out the form to the right or read more about the Men’s Liberty difference today!

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