Men's Incontinence Products - New Designs, New Freedom

Say goodbye to old fashioned
'adult diapers'
For a long time incontinence has been thought of as a problem that women primarily have. However, this is not true as there are literally millions of men that must deal with this problem. One of the most important steps in dealing with male incontinence is realizing that there is a wide variety of incontinence products for men. Today, manufacturers have addressed the unique needs of men who need incontinence products to manage this problem. There are many different lines of incontinence products that can be effective in managing incontinence. The Depend adult diaper line offers a wide variety of incontinence products for men. To check out these incontinence products please click on

In order to address the needs of men with lighter incontinence issues there is a wide range of incontinence pads and guards to choose from. Many of these pads are based on using the same high tech fabrics that women’s incontinence pads use but they are structured to give protection up front where a man needs it. In addition, there are incontinence guards which are basically shaped incontinence pads which will curve around to protect the front of the man with incontinence. Each of these incontinence products address the unique needs that men with incontinence have. Best of all, both of these incontinence products are streamlined and fold down flat which allows for easy storage and carrying. To check out male incontinence pads and guards from several leading brands including: Abena, Attends, Depend, Prevail, Seni and Tena.

One of the major benefits of all incontinence products for both men and women is that they come in a variety of absorbencies. This allows the wearer to choose the right incontinence undergarment to meet their needs. Many men only have to deal with light leakage or dribbling so an incontinence pad or guard will work well for them. Other men will experience more moderate incontinence so they may need to choose to use an incontinence undergarment that can be worn with or without incontinence pads. Finally, men with heavy or severe incontinence may want to choose an adult diaper to help them manage their incontinence. The bottom line is that there is a solution for every type and severity of incontinence when it comes to incontinence supplies. For help and guidance in selecting products click on incontinence product finder.  

Another major advancement when it comes to incontinence products for men is that they are far more streamlined and comfortable to wear then in years past. Not to long ago men with incontinence had to choose from bulky incontinence products that did not fit well under clothes and rustled when they moved. Today, many men with incontinence report that they can use a variety of incontinence products under normal clothes and wear them with comfort and discretion. This certainly makes dealing with the issue of incontinence much easier. For men who are concerned about style many incontinence undergarments come in both boxer and brief styles. Best of all they are often made from fabric that feels much like normal underwear but has the absorbency and protection that an incontinence undergarment should have.

It cannot be stressed enough that any man who has incontinence can find the right incontinences supplies to help him manage and deal with the problem. However, it should be noted that any man who is experiencing incontinence should immediately seek out a medical evaluation to determine the cause and the appropriate treatment for the incontinence. To find out more, please visit all aspects of incontinence.

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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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