Basically this is urinating involuntarily rather then you need to go. It can occur during stressful times, pregnancy or due to a number of medical conditions. It really impact the way you live your life, so it is good there are a number of incontinence products to help make living with incontinence easier.
Types of incontinence:
While stress is a common factor it can also be caused by:
An over active bladder
Poor closure of the bladder
Poor bladder contraction or overflow of the bladder
Medical or health products that make it difficult to get to a toilet on time.
1. Stress Incontinence: This is when you can leak a small amount of urine while exercising, sneezing or coughing. 2. Urge Incontinence: This is when you urinate in large quanities at an unexpected time like where you are sleeping. 3. Functional Incontinence: This is when you urinate because of conditions, disabilities or obstacles that prevent you from making it to the toilet in time 4. Overflow Incontinence: This is when you pass a small amount of urine because your bladder is full. 5. Mixed Incontinence: This is when two forms occur like stress and urge incontinence together. 6. Transient Incontinence: A temporary condition where you leak urine because of a condition that will pass (e.g. infections or post-surgery).
There is an incontinence product to suit your needs and the level of leaking you experience.
Sheets - Incontinence sheets are perfect for individuals with medical conditions or issues while they sleep.
Undies - Are made to fit the form of a man or woman and can discreetly replace your normal underwear to give you piece of mind.
Strips - can be placed into your underwear as a form of extra protection
Liners - are great for light leakage and can easily be placed in your under wear
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