Sunday, January 4, 2015

Which Bladder Protection Pads Are Right For You?

Light bladder leakage is a very common problem. For many people however, this issue does not warrant the use of incontinence briefs or incontinence underwear; which are often restrictive and easy to notice. You will usually be able to get all of the protection and comfort that you need from bladder protection pads or liners; which are far more discreet and allow for greater mobility. In order to get the best results from these products, however, it is important to know what features to look for.

Bladder protection pads come with strong, adhesive strips that allow them to be placed securely inside of the underwear without fear of having them slip out of position. A single-adhesive strip may suffice if choosing a smaller-sized pad and wearing relatively snug-fitting undergarments. For greater security, however, you may want to consider a product that has additional side tabs or "wings", that wrap around the underwear and adhere to the underside of these garments.

Contrary to common belief, absorbency is not always determined by the size of the liner or pad. Some of the materials that are used to create these products are far more absorbent than others and thus.It is possible to get a small and thin pad that is designed to absorb a greater amount of liquid than, a pad that is longer and thicker. Each brand and product option will state whether or not it is designed for modest or heavy leakage. It is important to select a pad that fits your needs in order to minimize the potential for leaks and ensure overall comfort.


The amount of coverage that you require will depend upon the nature of your bladder leakage, and the amount of liquid that is released. Some people suffer from light bladder leakage all throughout the day while others experience leakage problems of a larger magnitude when coughing, laughing, sneezing or making sudden movements. With light leakage, a small, thin liner should suffice. Full coverage pads are generally necessary for full-on incontinence that is likely to occur as the result of an involuntary action such as a sneezing or coughing fit.


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