Adult Incontinence Supplies & Products
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Incontinence or enuresis can be embarrassing and uncomfortable for anyone, no matter their age or ability. When it comes to incontinence products, Vitality Medical offers a variety of options to reduce the stress of almost any incontinent situation. BUY Incontinence Supplies with confidence at Vitality Medical.
How To Choose the Right Incontinence Supplies
There are many potential causes for someone that is incontinent, including stress, infection, aging, smoking, weight levels, and even medications. Enuresis can vary in frequency and severity from the occasional leak to complete loss of control. The predominant types of enuresis include stress incontinence resulting from coughing or sneezing and urge incontinence that often follows the sudden need to urinate. Someone can also experience bowel or fecal incontinence. The kind of protection needed depends on the type of control loss and the level of leakage experienced.
- Light Protection: Light leakage is when small drips occur. It can occur when pressure is exerted on the bladder, such as after a laugh, cough, sneeze, or lifting a heavy object. This type of leakage requires the least amount of absorbency material, such as a light pad or liner.
- Moderate Protection: Moderate bladder leakage is when leaks are more stream-like or occur more frequently. For this level of enuresis, thicker absorbency materials are usually required, such as a moderate liner or insert pad. Please note that this kind of protection is not meant for complete loss of bladder control.
- Heavy Protection: Severe enuresis is when the bladder leaks consistently or a full loss of bladder control occurs. Typically, urine soaks the protection and must be changed several times a day. This amount of leakage requires the most absorbent adult incontinence products, such as briefs (adult diapers).
- Overnight Protection: Accidents can often happen at night. Overnight incontinence supplies are similar to heavy-protection products in that they have the most absorbent material. This kind of protection consists of overnight briefs and bed pads.
Best Product Selections by Category
Adult Diapers, also called briefs, are typically used for moderate or heavy leaks. There are many different types and sizes. Adult diapers allow users to live an active lifestyle with less anxiety.
- Tranquility Premium OverNight Disposable Absorbent Underwear are maximum-absorbency pull-on style underwear designed for extended wear.
Incontinence Pads, Guards, and Liners are the most discreet options when it comes to urinary incontinence products. They are typically considered light protection.
- Tranquility TopLiner Booster Pads work in conjunction with incontinence underwear to provide an extra layer of protection.
Incontinence Underpads and Bed Pads lay on top of furniture, such as a chair or mattress, to protect it from leakage. They are available in multiple sizes and can be reusable or disposable.
- Becks Reusable Waterproof Bed Pads are reusable and highly absorbent pads. They come in various sizes and materials.
Incontinence Care products include anything that makes it easier to take care of or clean up incontinence. Skin care or cleansing products, gloves, wet wipes, and deodorizers all fall into this category.
- Calmoseptine Ointment calms skin discomfort and itching. It protects and heals skin damage from rashes, burns, and minor wounds, including diaper rash. It also acts as a deodorizer.
Male Incontinence Products – Just For Men. Male incontinence products generally include incontinence clamps or absorbent briefs specifically designed for the male anatomy.
- Jackson Medical Male Urine Guard Pouch is a guard that slips onto the end of the penis to catch dribbling. It is designed to wick away moisture and keep the skin dry.
Just For Women. Enuresis does not affect women and men the same way. Female incontinence products include exercise materials to strengthen the pelvic floor muscles.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
How many types of incontinence are there?
Can feminine products be used instead of incontinence products?
Feminine products are generally not recommended because they are not made of the same material and will not absorb liquid as quickly or thoroughly. In addition, since they aren't meant to hold so much moisture, they will leave the skin damp and uncomfortable, which can lead to rashes.
How often should an incontinence pad be changed?
The number of times ultimately depends on the type of pad, but it is recommended that pads be changed four to six times per day or whenever they are wet. Wearing pads for longer can lead to bad odors or skin conditions.