Briefs, or tab-style fitted diapers, are preferred where a caregiver is assisting an individual putting these on or removing them as well as for individuals with issues with bending over to pull up style underwear.
Underwear, or pull-up style, are for individuals who manage their own incontinence and have the range of motion to bend over required with pull-on underwear.
Bladder Control Pads
Bladder control pads, or boosters, and liners are another form protection inserted into existing conventional underwear to be worn in case of leakage during day or night.
Underpads, sometimes referred to as chux, are bedding mats or sheet protectors that lie below the bedding in case any leakage occurs while sleeping through the night.
Alongside incontinence solutions, we offer a number of accessories including gloves, wipes, washcloths and other items to improve skin care and cleanliness thus improving comfort and reducing irritation.
FAQs about Incontinence:
What is Incontinence?
Incontinence is lack of control over the body’s natural urinary or defecation processes. This could happen due to a number of natural or external factors and is managed through means other than surgical processes.
What is the best solution for me?
We offer a number of incontinence solutions from briefs, underwear, underpad and bladder control pads. Depending on a number of factors such as daytime or nighttime use, average amount of leakage, and other considerations, there is a product that will be most comfortable to you.
What does insurance cover for incontinence products?
While incontinence products are not covered by Medicare, they may be covered by your Private Insurance and/or Medicaid. Our customer service specialists can help review your insurance coverage to see which products are covered.