Sample Always Discreet Incontinence Products- Try Before You Buy

Always discreet may be the right choice for your incontinence needs.
When you don’t want anyone to know

For many people when they first begin having symptoms of incontinence they feel an overwhelming sense of embarrassment and even shame. Because of the intimate nature of this bodily function they feel like there is nothing that can help them deal with this in a manner which preserves their dignity and sense of self. This often leads to many people isolating themselves, not even telling their doctor and giving up the activities they enjoy the most. Today, there is no need for this to happen. The topic of incontinence is now more widely discussed, healthcare professionals are understanding this is a medical problem and there are more ways than ever for you to manage your incontinence in a comfortable and discreet manner.

Have you talked with your doctor?

One of the most important first steps when you are experiencing incontinence is to talk to your doctor. Most of the time incontinence has an underlying medical cause and treating it can often relieve or even cure your incontinence symptoms. It is important to note treatment can take time so it is crucial to have the right incontinence products to help you manage your symptoms. When you are able to do this there is no need to give up doing the things you love. It can be overwhelming however, to find the right incontinence supplies in the many choices which are available today.

The struggle to find the right incontinence products is not unique. Consumers are very confused about which incontinence products will work best for them or a loved one. In a recent study, Kimberly-Clark, makers of Depend and Poise brands, discovered those buying incontinence products for the first time, waste $130 on average in trial and error mode. That’s about 10 bags of products which can’t be returned, once opened. This means consumers are often stuck with an incontinence product that doesn’t provide them with the highest levels of protection against leakage and accidents.

That’s why The CareGiver Partnership has taken steps to help make choosing incontinence supplies easier. They offer an incontinence sample service to help you avoid the costly mistake of ordering a case of product which does not meet your needs – risk free. They offer over 100 different samples-- styles, sizes, and absorbencies to choose from. The cost is only $3.49 for shipping. The brief video below explains how their Try Before You Buy sample service can help you avoid the costly mistake of ordering a case of product which does not meet your needs.

Watch this short video on Try Before You Buy

One of the most popular brands of incontinence pads and pull-on underwear is the new Always Discreet brand. This line of incontinence products has several different choices which can meet your needs. Always Discreet can help you effectively manage your incontinence or that of a loved one in your care. They also offer samples of Always Discreet which allow you to make sure it is the right choice for your needs. Following are 3 other reasons why using Always Discreet may be the right choice for your incontinence supplies.

  • Always Discreet incontinence pads come in different lengths. There is no need to settle for an incontinence pad which does not give you the coverage you need. The makers of Always Discreet understand each woman’s body is different and may require a different size of pad. Always Discreet incontinence pads come in different lengths and sizes so you can find the one which meets your needs the best. 
  • Always Discreet incontinence pads are designed to stop leaks where they happen most. Always Discreet incontinence pads have a Full Length Double LeakGuard to help stop leaks where they happen most. In addition, a variety of different absorbencies means you can find the right one for your specific needs. Always Discreet also offers the ultimate/long incontinence pad with overnight absorbency to help minimize having to wake up and change during the night. 
  • Always Discreet offers pull on underwear when you need more protection. For moderate to heavy incontinence Always Discreet offers pull-on underwear for women. This incontinence product was designed to have a feminine look and features Soft Dual LeakGuards which help to prevent overactive bladder leaks where they happen most-at the legs. To help you remain comfortable and dry the Always Discreet pull on underwear has an advanced triple layer core which pulls away and traps wetness and odor, along with Odor Lock technology which immediately and continuously neutralize odor so you can feel discreet in managing your incontinence symptoms. 
Even when you have an idea of what incontinence products you are looking for it can still be overwhelming. That’s why the free & easy Incontinence Product Finder was developed. It saves you time, money and frustration by making it easy to sort through hundreds of products - fast. The video below explains how it works. Questions? Call 800-985-1353 & speak with one of our knowledgeable female product specialists, who are or have been caregivers.

Watch this short video on The Incontinence Product Finder

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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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