Incontinence Underwear is Pretty Again!

New form fitting Silhouette from Depend
In the past incontinence products can in a “one size fits all” solution and women often needed to wear the same products as men. Incontinence products now come in colors and prints. Cammy, Lynn, Diane, Mary, Debbie and Cheryl are incontinence products specialist with The CareGiver Partnership. Their goal is to aid in removing the stigma associated with incontinence. Living with light or moderate incontinence is a burden to many women as they don’t need to wear diapers, just a supportive pair of underwear that allows them to maintain their dignity and to look stylish.

Underwear for incontinence no longer comes in a white diaper as you can find many products that come in different colors and many different prints as well: Since most women will suffer from incontinence as some point in their lifetime, it is important that you seek out underwear that is going to last and underwear that is not embarrassing to you.

Lisa Rinna trying on Depend for charity to show how
form fitting they are
The new incontinence panty line that is out there actually gives you the freedom to wear everything from skirts from workout gear without other people noticing that you are wearing incontinence products. Instead what they will notice is that you are living your life and not even knowing that you have problems with incontinence.

Anyone suffering from incontinence must be prepared and you should never leave home without the right incontinence products to help you out. Always having backup products will allow you to go out and enjoy your life and then if you do have an issue you can discreetly change your diaper or pads without anyone else knowing that you even have incontinence.

Look for stylish products that also come with scents or anti-microbial fabric. This way your urine won’t smell for other people to detect when you do have an accident that arises when you are out in public. Drinking plenty of water is also important as it helps to dilute the urine so it does not smell as much. It also gives you more control over incontinence because you can time the frequency of your bladder so you can try and control it. 

Play around with different incontinence products so you can find one that you do like. There are some that are disposable and others that are washable. Knowing which one you like takes wearing them and figuring out which one fits your body shape correctly and also fits your budget needs. To get an idea of the incontinence products that are out there use this helpful tool:

Perhaps you don’t want to wear those big, bulky diapers around so what can you do? Why not pick out incontinence underwear that comes with nice lacy on them or animal print patterns? This is a great way to enjoy wearing your underwear without being embarrassed that it might make noise or that other people could detect you are wearing those terrible looking granny panties with pads in them.

                                   Watch this video - how to choose the right incontinence product

Being able to manage incontinence and not letting other people see that you have this problem will give you peace of mind as well as allowing you to maintain your dignity. Incontinence can be your little secret with the right product! The most important thing to remember is your comfort and choosing incontinence products that will be able to give you not only a level of comfort for your body but also comfort for your mind as well. Don’t search around from store to store trying to find stylish incontinence products that won’t embarrass you and head right to the website to pick out great incontinence underwear!

To learn more about incontinence and how you can learn to manage it correctly visit this website for additional tips:

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About The CareGiver Partnership. The CareGiver Partnership helps caregivers and their loved ones with answers to their caregiving questions, including information about home health care products and supplies, from our Wisconsin-based team of Product Specialists who are all current or former caregivers. The company’s Web site provides the largest online library of resources on subjects most important to caregivers — from arthritis to assisted living, and Parkinson’s to prostate cancer — as well as access to more than 3,000 home care products for incontinence, skin care, mobility, home safety and daily living aids. The CareGiver Partnership was founded in 2004 by Lynn Wilson of Neenah, Wisc. Visit to learn more or call 1-800-985-1353.


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