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Saturday, March 3, 2012

Washable Incontinence Products Are Environmentally Friendly And Economical

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Incontinence is a problem for many, but few people want to discuss the issue. Medical conditions, advancing age or other reasons are often the cause for incontinence in both men and women. Therefore, it is nothing to feel embarrassed about and those with incontinence issues deserve to live a normal life.

Luckily, advanced products on the market prepare wearers for the inevitable leakage. Staying home for fear of accidents is not a concern for adults who use washable incontinence underwear. Washable incontinence panties for women, shaped to fit a woman’s body, are made of extra absorbent material where leakage occurs. In addition, washable incontinence for men comes in the form of padded boxers and briefs.

Now women and men can wear urinary incontinence underwear that look and feel like ordinary under garments. Light to medium protection requires only the built-in, machine washable padding, while heavy protection is simple by adding a throwaway pad. Moreover, some built-in pads use anti-microbial materials to ward off offensive odors. With stay-dry lining, dampness stays away from the skin, affording complete comfort. For all-day activities, simply carry a few extra disposable pads. Both washable incontinence padding and disposable pads are super absorbent and thin, making them completely unnoticeable.

Whether made from all cotton or a cotton-polyester blend, washable incontinence panties and briefs look just like regular, unpadded underwear. Washable incontinence products are great for overnight, when a quick trip to the bathroom is not convenient. Washable incontinence for men comes with the same front fly opening as regular men’s briefs.

Women who only need light to medium protection find washable incontinence panties available in lace and silk styles, too. Stylish, higher-cut sides still have ample coverage in back, and are waterproof for even more security. As with washable incontinence for men products, the cost is more economical when compared to disposable underwear. All sizes and body shapes love the comfort of soft, elasticized waistbands.

Most brands of washable, reusable underwear last for 200 or more washings and are machine dryable. The technologically advanced materials are environmentally friendly as compared to disposables. No longer does incontinence mean heavy diaper style underwear or limiting activities due to fear of accidents and embarrassment. For use in nursing homes, at home, on vacations or anywhere else, reusable leak-free underwear are made to last. Whether incontinence is due to pregnancy, a weak bladder, medical issues or any other reason, protection that is dependable gives the user confidence.


At July 24, 2013 at 10:29 PM , Blogger Unknown said...

Incontinence is a very common problem in adults and older and it is very important to discuss it with doctor and take proper treatment. It creates embarrassing situation in front of others, but we can use incontinence products like adult diaper and nappies. It is important for us to choose a soft material made pad to protect our skin.

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At October 7, 2021 at 8:04 PM , Blogger Kimble Center For Pelvic Wellness said...

Women who suffer from urinary incontinence can now seek out anti-incontinence surgery which can offer them endless relief for their condition. This surgery is non-invasive, extremely effective, and is completely safe. To perform the surgery, the physician will create a vaginal canal to replace the urethra. The vaginal canal can be made out of the patient's own body tissues or out of an artificial material like Gore-Tex. The surgery also can be tailored to the patient's desires. It's important to remember that anti-incontinence surgery is not for everyone. If you're considering it, be sure to talk to your doctor about your options.


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