Q & A for Male Incontinence Products

Q & A for Male Incontinence Products

Do I need Light, Moderate, or Heavy protection?

Everyone has different incontinence needs. Some individuals only have light leakage issues and might only need protection just in case. For these individuals a great option would be a pad or liner. Something that can be used with their regular undergarments to offer them added security. Other individuals need constant incontinence protection for bladder leakage and moderate flow. For these individuals, a medium absorbency adult underwear or adult brief would be ideal. There are also those who have severe bladder incontinence and heavy flow issues. These individuals would be looking for maximum absorbency or overnight adult underwear and adult briefs. Below we have compiled a list of our top buyers picks based on absorbency level.

Are Briefs or Underwear better for me?

Adult Briefs are a traditional diaper with tabs that are designed for individuals with little or no mobility or those who are bedridden. The sticky tabs offer easy application, adjustability and a flexible comfortable fit. Adult briefs are recommended for people who need constant protection and are using diapers as their main form of incontinence protection.

Adult Underwear are very similar to real underwear. They are a pull on style which is ideal for more active users. Adult Underwear are designed with a flexible elastic waistband that contours to the users body, offering maximum leakage protection. Most individuals choose Adult Underwear for protection against bladder control and incontinence issues.

What are male incontinence pads?

Male incontinence pads are used as an extra lining for accidental leakage and bladder control. They are thin and discrete so that they can be worn on an everyday basis. These pads are able to be worn inside a traditional pair of boxers or briefs.

What is male urinary incontinence?

Male urinary incontinence is the accidental leakage or lack of bladder control. Many factors can contribute to this condition. Sometimes the leakage can be caused by added stress to the bladder such as coughing or sneezing. A lot of these symptoms can be managed by discrete products found on this website.