This post is for those who are new to wearing incontinence briefs – whether you’re caring for someone with bladder problems or are experiencing the condition yourself.
Putting on and changing an adult diaper can be tricky, especially if you’ve never had practice before. The process is similar to changing a baby’s diaper. To make matters easier, Abena has created three visuals depicting how to change a loved one’s diaper while they’re lying down or in an upright position, as well as how to change your own brief while standing. This is a great resource as most instructions on changing an adult diaper don’t come with graphics.
These visuals describe how to put on an Abena Abri-Form Brief, which is one of the most absorbent diapers we carry. However, these instructions can be applied to all other brands of adult diapers.
Abena makes some of the most absorbent incontinence products on the market. These disposables are made of super absorbent polymers and fluff that wick fluids away from the skin.
“For the first time in a long while, I have found the diaper that suits me well. No leaks or changes in the middle of the night. I also like that the urine doesn’t stay so close to my skin and clean-ups are easy to handle,” one customer wrote about the Abri-Form Briefs.