How To Increase Your Bladder Control Protection

Prevail Bladder Control Pads Ultimate- 16"
While caring for my mother and helping her manage her incontinence I began to notice that the incontinence product she was using was not offering enough protection. More and more frequent changes needed to be made and often times I had to help my mother change clothes and even clean up leaks and accidents on furniture and bedding. The situation was highly frustrating and embarrassing for Mom. A friend introduced me to the idea of using a bladder control pad along with my mother’s regular adult diaper. This allowed her to continue to use the incontinence product she was used to but gain a higher level of protection and absorbency. 

Prevail Bladder Control Pads Ultimate-16are made to help a regular incontinence product provide a higher level of protection against leaks and accidents. While they can be used by themselves, when they are used with another incontinence product for moderate to heavy incontinence they can provide higher levels of absorbency and reliability. Many people who are dealing with incontinence prefer to have to simply change their incontinence pad rather then constantly having to change their adult diaper. Prevail Bladder Control Pads-16” can help you to effectively manage your incontinence or that of someone in your care. Following are 3 reasons Prevail Bladder Control Pads Ultimate-16” can be the right incontinence product to help you manage your needs are:

Could Psyllium Fiber Help Your Fecal Incontinence?

Could Psyllium Fiber Help Your Fecal Incontinence?
Do you have a fear of farting? Exercise? Being out in public? If you answered yes chances are you are amongst the thousands of adult Americans that have a condition known as fecal incontinence.

Do you suffer from fecal incontinence? It is a condition where you accidentally or involuntarily let out mucus or solid or liquid stool through the rectum. The severity varies from just a little involuntary passage of stool or gas, to complete bowel movements. This can be a condition that is not only embarrassing, but that can lead to isolation and frustration.

There are many ways to treat and manage fecal incontinence, and some prove to be more effective than others. 

See the World...With Confidence and Incontinence


Don't let incontinence steal your freedom to travel. 
Jennifer, a valued customer, sent us an email about her plans of finally retiring and wanting to see the world. However, like others who deal with incontinence, the freedom to travel seems challenging since leakage can happen at anytime, anywhere. The good news is a Danish company, Abena, produces protective underwear with a close to the body discreet fit for the most active of people. 

3 reasons why Abri-Flex helped Jennifer feel more confident and dignified: 

5 Easy, Inexpensive Ways to Instantly Improve Home Safety

In recognition of Low vision Awareness Month,
5 easy tips to improve home safety. 
In recognition of Low Vision Awareness Month, we’re providing easy tips to improve home safety and a reminder to download our free fall prevention guide.

February is Low Vision Awareness Month. According to the National Eye Institute, low vision means that even with eyeglasses and other corrective measures, people can have difficulty with everyday tasks. Among the elderly, low vision can contribute to trips, falls and loss of mobility. Falling and fear of falling is a concern for those with low vision, but making a home safer doesn’t have to be complicated or expensive.

The facts: Each year, one in three adults age 65 and older falls, and of those, up to 30 percent suffer moderate to severe injuries. Ninety percent of people want to remain in their own homes, where they’re comfortable and have privacy and dignity. Yet, falls or fear of falling are the cause of up to 40 percent of nursing home admissions.

Here are five easy, inexpensive ways to prevent falls by instantly making a home safer:

Bowel Incontinence - A Whole New Way To Help With an Age Old Problem


Eclipse System Insert  A company in Sunnyvale California, Pelvalon founded in 2010 at Stanford University’s Biodesign program is a collaboration between the schools of medicine and engineering.

Abri-San Special: The Bowel Incontinence Expert

"I thought I was going to lose it,
taking care of my Dad." 
People all over the world are similar in many respects and dealing with incontinence is no different culturally. A Danish company has developed a pad specifically designed for bowel incontinence. Read Mary’s true story...


“I thought I was going to lose it, 
taking care of my Dad."  

Mary is a real customer who called us one day, saying that she was going to lose her mind trying to take care of her father who was experiencing accidental bowel leakage (not her words… ours - hers were much harsher). She said she had tried all the regular products sold in the stores and found that nothing worked.

She spent way too much time cleaning up and doing laundry. The biggest issue she told us was dealing with her father’s dignity. She remembers him as a big, strong man and now that she is one of his caregivers, maintaining his personal dignity is most important.

My IBS Led to ABL Which Led to NGO.

Don't let your ABL lead to NGO. 
“My irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) led to occasional accidental bowel leakage (ABL) and was really affecting my social life - not going out (NGO). Every activity had to be carefully planned in advance. I stressed just thinking about meeting a friend. This stress just served to inflame by IBS which led to more ABL.” 

IBS or irritable bowel syndrome is a condition that impacts the bowels, and leads to discomfort, cramps or pain, mucus in the stool, diahrrea, and more. While it may be controlled with medication, diet, and other factors, it can lead to ABL.

What is ABL?

ABL is accidental bowel leakage. It is a condition where the individual experiences sudden and unexpected bowel leakage, whether in the form of gas, or stool. It can be minor, or more severe leakage.

IBS can lead to ABL which can lead to NGO.