Depend wants you to drop your pants.
Yes, you read that right. The “Drop Your Pants for Underwareness” campaign is Kimberly-Clark’s latest push to reduce stigma associated with incontinence and wearing adult briefs and underwear.
A new study has found that 1 in 3 female triathletes suffer from pelvic floor disorders, including urinary incontinence and fecal incontinence.
Researchers from Loyola University Health System (LUHS) surveyed 311 (median age range of 35-44) who participated in triathlete groups. Eighty two percent of these women were currently training for a triathlon.
More than 50 percent of noninstitutionalized adults aged 65 and over suffer from incontinence, according to a new CDC report.
Data was taken from various surveys, including the 2007-2010 National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES) and the 2010 National Survey of Residential Care Facilities (NSRCF).
The theme of this year’s World Continence Week (June 23 – 29) is “Bladder Diary Day”.
The International Continence Society (ICS) is asking the public to fill out a 24-hour bladder diary to determine what is “normal” bladder behavior. These diaries will be a part of “the biggest study in the history of the International Continence Society”.
Summer is finally here! It’s time to hit up the beaches and sit by the pool. But what do you if you suffer from incontinence? The answer: SoSecure Swim Briefs.
These unique swim briefs are designed to help you get back into the water so you don’t have to miss out on swimming. The SoSecure Swim Briefs are originally intended for people with fecal incontinence, but can also be used for urinary incontinence.
“I’m new to wearing incontinence protection. I was wondering how I can wear adult diapers without anyone knowing. Have any tips?”
Contrary to disbelief, wearing adult diapers in public without anyone knowing is possible. Incontinence briefs nowadays are designed with less bulk yet still remain effective in protecting you from leaks.