The process of choosing the right male incontinence products begins with educating yourself about what is available. If you are a man who is dealing with incontinence or the caretaker for someone who is, then it is important to know all that you can about the following incontinence products-
- Urinary collection system-These are systems that are designed to collect urine with as less mess as possible. This is most often a collection bag that is attached to the body of the user. The bag is sometimes attached to an incontinence pant that helps to keep it as discreet as possible under the user’s normal clothing.
- Leg bags-These can be attached to the upper or lower leg of the user. These are used to store any urine that it release. This type of incontinence product is most often found attached to a disposable sheath which is worn on the penis. Specially designed tapes or clamps help to hold the leg bag in place.
- Incontinence underwear and incontinence pads-It is important to keep in mind that if you are dealing with incontinence then you should use a product that is specially designed to deal with incontinence. Many types of incontinence underwear look and feel much like a normal undergarment. The difference is that they are made with materials that protect the skin from constant exposure to wetness. There are also incontinence pads that can be used with or without incontinence underwear. Many times incontinence sufferers choose to use a washable incontinence undergarment with a disposable incontinence pad in order to save money. The Depend adult diaper line offers a wide variety of incontinence products for men. To check them out please click on http://caregiverpartnership.com/landing/depend/.
- Catheters-This type of incontinence product helps to make urine collection less difficult. There are many different types of catheters with one of the most popular being the condom catheter. This type of catheter is placed over the penis for urine collection. This is often done for male patients who are bedridden or have mobility issues. While there are interior catheters these are most often done only in a hospital setting.
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