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What Doctor Should I See for Incontinence?

by Chelsea Wardach July 16, 2013 2 min read

“I’ve been leaking urine unexpectedly. What type of doctor should I see for urinary incontinence?”

First off, it’s great that you’re seeking medical help for your bladder control problems. Many people are often reluctant to talk to anyone, including a doctor, about incontinence until the problem gets worse. However, there are treatment options available so you don’t have to suffer in silence.

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Urinary Incontinence: Best Ways to Control Urine Odors

by Bryan Mercer May 30, 2013 2 min read

“I’m a caregiver for my elderly father, who has bladder control problems. He wears protection, but still smells like urine. What can I do to control the odors?”

There are several things you can do as a caregiver. The first is to make sure that your father is wearing the right adult diaper for his needs.

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Staying Dry with Incontinence Supplies During Menopause

by Chelsea Wardach April 02, 2013 1 min read

“I’m currently going through menopause and need protection from my leaking bladder. What options do I have?”

As women get older, their estrogen levels begin to decrease, which in turn, affects bladder control. Fortunately, there are various incontinence products available to help you stay dry during your menopausal years.

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Never Been Pregnant, Yet Experiencing Bladder Leakage?

by Chelsea Wardach February 28, 2013 1 min read

“Recently, I’ve been leaking urine, which has led me to wear bladder pads! I’ve heard that women who had babies often have bladder problems, but I’ve never been pregnant before. What is wrong with me?”
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Which Incontinence Pad is Right for Me?

by Chelsea Wardach February 21, 2013 2 min read

If you’re experiencing light bladder leakage or dribbling issues, you might want to consider wearing an incontinence pad for protection. Lightweight and discreet, these bladder control pads provide a sense of security if you start to leak and can’t get to a bathroom in time. They’re easy to use and replace because they have an adhesive backing that sticks onto your own underwear.
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Prevent Bladder Leakage During Exercise

by Bryan Mercer December 11, 2012 2 min read

“I am 6 months post-partum and just recently started running again. But whenever I do, I wet myself! I love to run, and I don’t want to give it up. What can I do to prevent this embarrassing condition?”

It looks like you’re experiencing exercise-induced incontinence, a form of stress incontinence. It means that urinary leakage occurs during any physical activity that puts pressure onto your abdomen.

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When to Change an Adult Diaper

by Bryan Mercer November 08, 2012 1 min read

Long exposure to urine and fecal matter can lead to skin infections and diaper rashes. That’s why it’s best to change an adult diaper as soon as soiling occurs and use special pH balanced cleaners, wipes, and creams. Caregivers should check on the individual every few hours, especially if the wearer lacks the mental capability of realizing that he or she needs to be changed.
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Best Men’s Incontinence Supplies for Prostate Surgery Recovery

by Bryan Mercer October 18, 2012 2 min read

“I am about to have prostate surgery and the doctor says I may lose bladder control. He suggested buying adult diapers but there are so many to choose from! What would you recommend?”

Many men will suffer from urinary incontinence post-prostate surgery. Bladder leakage is usually temporary, lasting a few months.

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Stress Incontinence: Menstrual Pads vs. Bladder Pads

by Chelsea Wardach October 04, 2012 1 min read

“I just had a baby and now I leak whenever I work out at the gym. It’s so embarrassing! Is it okay to use menstrual pads to control the leaking?”

It seems like you may be suffering from stress incontinence which occurs when pressure is applied to the abdomen and bladder. Many women experience this condition after birth, but fortunately, bladder leakage is usually temporary.

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