The CareGiver Partnership Now Sells B-Sure® for Light Accidental Bowel Leakage

B-Sure helps those with ABL remain active.

by Lynn Wilson, Founder of The CareGiver Partnership

The CareGiver Partnership is carrying a product designed to help men and women with light accidental bowel leakage (ABL) live with normalcy and dignity. B-Sure absorbent pads are designed to help those with ABL maintain active lifestyles.

ABL is surprising common, with approximately 1 in 5 women over the age of 40 experiencing light leakage. This mild anal leakage may be associated with hemorrhoids, diarrhea, surgery, childbirth, irritable bowel syndrome, or nerve or muscle damage or weakness.

B-Sure absorbent pads are butterfly-shaped body liners that offer discreet protection for light ABL. These soft, ultra-thin pads fit between the buttocks and are made of a material that absorbs odors and up to 13 times their weight in liquid. The thin, curved pads help them stay in place without adhesives.

We’re proud to offer this product to our customers. B-Sure pads have been used by medical professionals for decades and are made in the U.S.A. They’re a comfortable, cost-effective way to protect clothing from light leakage.

Wilson says another benefit to B-Sure pads is they’re ideal for easy, hygienic application of topical ointments. In addition to absorbent pads, the B-Sure product line includes a pump-spray odor eliminator, perineal wash, witch hazel travel towelettes, and aloe and vitamin E towelettes.

To learn more about accidental bowel leakage, including tips on managing ABL and five myths, visit

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