Managing incontinence with absorbent pads, diapers or condom catheters often leads to an unpleasant side effect – skin rashes. The twin problems of moisture and acidity work together to erode skin health. The result – rash and irritation. Use these strategies to care for skin rashes and consult your doctor when rashes don’t go away. […]
Catheters can be a good alternative for men dealing with urinary incontinence. If you are tired of inconvenient adult diapers and incontinence pads, but not sure what else is available, learn more here.
External catheters are easy to use. With Men’s Liberty you can apply the catheter and achieve a secure seal in just a few minutes, regardless of the size of your anatomy. Use the following tips and instructions to apply for up to 24 hours of worry free wear day or night.
Urinary incontinence should not keep you from the activities you normally enjoy. There are many options available for UI and we recommend finding the best fit for your lifestyle. Options, such as external catheters, offer you more freedom and flexibility.
If you are managing incontinence, there are alternatives to adult diapers that preserve your dignity, freedom and your budget. Read on to learn about best alternatives for worry free incontinence management.
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Obesity is often a cause or contributing factor to urinary incontinence. Extra weight means undue pressure on the muscles of the pelvic floor, which can cause urine to leak and incontinence
There is a link between back pain and back injury, and incontinence. The body is a complex system. We don’t often think about it but our activities of daily living are supported by hundreds of intricate inner workings. When one of these functions fails there can be a cascade of effects. Such is the case […]
Urinary incontinence may start or worsen with certain types of medications. Sometimes referred to as drug-induced incontinence, solving the problem may be as easy as changing dosage or medications.
If you are managing incontinence, chances are you have explored adult diapers as an option. Although adult diapers are probably the most known option, they are not necessarily the best one. Consider these reasons for not using adult diapers.