These ultra-absorbent disposable briefs can be used as nighttime diapers or in cases of large amounts of daytime wetting. Tranquility ATN features a "peach mat" construction that quickly absorbs and dispenses large amounts of urine, while neutralizing odor and maintaining skin dryness. Double elastic extends from front to back and the plastic outer layer prevents any diaper leakage.
These disposable briefs hold 8-10 oz. more than the Tranquility SlimLine Briefs and can be used when leaking is a problem - day or night. The unique tape tab system allows the brief to be reliably refastened.
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|MANUFACTURER Item Code||2183, 2184, 2185, 2186, 2187|
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I only opened one of the packages in the box. 3X are enormous. It insulted my wife. Depends large fit fine. My fault, if you don't take them back, maybe I can donate them to a nursing home.
Did not use because it was not pull up but like a diaper. could not tell that from the picture.
it works good i dont wear them but she don't complain
My 12 year old son suffers from both nighttime and daytime wetting accidents as a result of peripheral neuropathy affecting the nerves to his bladder and sphincter muscles. The problem began when he was about 8 years old with infrequent bedwetting but has gradually grown much more significant. Unfortunately there is no known cure and his doctor has made it clear that it will only get worse as time goes on. The doctor told us that he will most likely be completely 100% bladder and bowel incontinent by the time he's 13. Other than this, my son is a healthy, active and athletic kid who does well in school and has lots of friends. When he started wetting the bed, we bought Goodnites for him to wear. However, because his wetting problem soon began to worsen and also include bowel incontinence, we began buying regular tape-up style disposable diapers for him to wear at night. As of about 6 months ago, he finally had to begin wearing diapers 24/7 as he's now completely 100% urinary incontinent; and I'd estimate he's about 75-80% bowel incontinent. At first we bought him less expensive diapers, but after too many leaks we finally decided to begin buying better brands which are more absorbent and provide much more full coverage. The first ones we tried were too bulky and uncomfortable for him to wear, but after reading several message boards and reviews, I purchased these Tranquility ATN disposable diapers and they work GREAT!! Not only do they absorb wetness very well, but they rarely, if ever smell whenever he has a bowel accident (which he's started having almost daily now). Since the most important issues for my son are that they be comfortable, snug, and crinkle free...these meet that criteria. And until 3 months or so ago, either my wife or myself still changed his diapers 2-3 times a day...but since buying these, he's finally learned to change his own diapers, which we are very glad about.