Helpful advice for light incontinence

Urinary Incontinence

This condition is a growing concern for many individuals. The loss of bodily fluids presents problems in day-to-day life. It is not a disease, it is a condition whereby the urethra does not close completely causing loss of fluid. The loss of fluid amount varies in all people and circumstance it can be very minuscule to complete loss of bladder control. The very best solution if you experience urinary leakage is to seek professional medical advice.

Absorbent Products

There are many products available to assist in the absorption of bodily fluids such as pads, adult diapers, and special briefs or underwear. These products are available in disposable and permanent garments. Pharmacies, Department Stores and Internet Companies carry a variety of these products. Many people feel insecure, embarrassed and find it unacceptable to wear diapers and pads. However, until the leakage can be resolved these products provide the wearer security to reduce or alleviate embarrassing moments. These products can be expensive to use and the disposable products are a burden to our environment.

Stress Incontinence Temporary (SIT) Solutions

Women with a moderate SIT condition may use a sanitary napkin to prevent induced urine leakage in situations such as exercise, coughing, and sneezing. Prolonged use of sanitary napkins may cause chafing and irritation.

Urgency Incontinence

Clothing modifications to prevent voiding accidents may be an alternative for people who suffer from urgency incontinence. People could consider wearing looser clothing or clothing with elastic waistbands which would enable them to more quickly remove their clothing. In the event of urine leakage a person could consider wearing clothing that would mask the appearance of wetness. Restroom Awareness makes yourself aware of the restroom facilities in public places, as it will save time if the facilities are required. In your home environment ensure that you have easy access to an organized bathroom which will not hinder your movement for quick voiding.

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