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Be sure to check out our blog - its packed with tons of excellent news and helpful tips for managing your incontinence! Check out some of our most popular blog topics listed below:

FIVE THINGS TO THINK ABOUT WHEN CHOOSING AN INCONTINENCE PRODUCT

Recent estimates by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) suggest that over 4 million men in the U.S. experience urinary incontinence, including those with spinal cord injuries, MS, ALS and nearly a dozen other diagnoses. Incontinence is also a major factor in nursing home admission in the U.S., with more than 50% of male nursing home residents requiring assistance in controlling urine output or using the toilet. Taking control of continence management is integral to maintaining an active, independent lifestyle. Read more...

A PRODUCT PATIENTS WILL TRUST

If you’re in the healthcare field, you know how challenging it can be to stay up to date on emerging technologies for different conditions. If you’re a physician, nurse or medical assistant looking to help your patient with their urinary incontinence, including after surgery, you can trust that Men’s Liberty will benefit the overall health and lifestyle of your patients. Read more...

BENEFITS OF EXTERNAL CATHETERS

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. Read more...

ALZHEIMER’S AND INCONTINENCE

Alzheimer’s disease, a common form of dementia, is a result of plaque build-up that destroys brain tissue. Many men with an Alzheimer’s disease diagnosis also have incontinence.  Read more...