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Did you know?

Incontinence is a common problem, but that doesn't make it any less embarrassing. Since there are many potential causes for incontinence, it's important to talk to your doctor about your symptoms. Once you know what type of incontinence you have, there are products available to help you deal with accidents and feel comfortable and confident at home and on the go. Learn more about types of incontinence and the products available to help you manage them.

Can I use feminine hygiene products for incontinence?

While they may look similar, menstrual pads won't offer as much protection and comfort as incontinence pads, which are specifically designed to absorb the fast flow of urine leakage.

What type of protection is right for you?

Look for the absorbency information on the label to make sure the protection fits your needs.


When small drips occur after a laugh, cough or jump, look for light protection. Liners and light pads offer better protection for lighter leaks.

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If leakage is more stream-like, try moderate absorbency. Moderate pads and incontinence underwear provide ideal protection for moderate streams.

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Heavy or overnight

Maximum absorbency products help with full bladder leaks and surges, or overnight protection. The most absorbent pads or incontinence underwear are ideal.

Heavy or overnight incontinence protection products
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Which additional products are right for caregiving?

Bed Protection

Accidents often happen at night and protective underwear isn't always sufficient. Underpads help bedding stay dry and protect mattresses from damage.

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Cleansers & Creams

Cleansers can be used to remove impurities from the skin. Creams and lotions are designed for use after cleansing and contain ingredients that soothe, moisturize and protect the skin.

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Bedpans & Urinals

Bedpans and urinals are typically used by people with functional incontinence who are unable to get to the bathroom quickly. After use, a caregiver can empty into the toilet for quick cleanup.

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Cloths & Wipes

Cleansing after accidents is an important part of incontinence care, as urine can irritate skin. Wipes are thinner, similar to baby wipes, while cloths made from heavier fabric feel more like washcloths.

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