|Incontinence following prostate|
surgery is common
Dealing with an enlarged prostate can be quite painful and it often leads to embarrassment thanks to incontinence. However there are many male incontinence products on the market that will make dealing with this embarrassment easier since you can easily hide your condition with a penile pouch, adult diapers, and other products. Having incontinence before your prostate surgery is one thing but did you know that after the surgery, your struggles with incontinence are likely to get worse? How is this possible? Usually you need to have a catheter inserted for about 2 weeks or longer and this opens up the urethra, which can cause urine to leak once the catheter is removed. Fortunately there are a number of male incontinence products that you can turn to as you focus on training your body to gain control over itself again.
Not only do you want to pay attention to the urine loss amount you also need to consider the frequency of your urine loss problems. It is important to change out your incontinence supplies often so they do not cause you to have an infection. Without proper changing of the incontinence supplies or cleaning of the skin, it will lead to a urinary tract infection and may also lead to issues with a skin rash as well.
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