- Urinary Incontinence in Women Slideshow Pictures
- Urinary Incontinence in Men Slideshow Pictures
- Food & Drinks That Make You Gotta Go Slideshow Pictures
- Find a local Doctor in your town
- Urinary incontinence products for men introduction
- What are urinary incontinence pads and other absorbent products?
- What are urinary incontinence external catheters?
- What are urinary incontinence drainage bags?
- What are urinary incontinence underpads?
- What are urinals and other toilet substitutes?
- What are urinary incontinence penile clamps?
- Where can you find men's urinary incontinence products?
- How do you use male urinary incontinence products?
Quick GuideUrinary Incontinence in Men: Products, Diet, & Lifestyle
Urinary incontinence products for men introduction
Lots of men hate the idea of using incontinence products
What are urinary incontinence pads and other absorbent products?
Incontinence pads and other absorbent products. While women grow up using pads (albeit of a different sort), men can find the idea pretty weird and distressing. But these incontinence products can be enormously helpful. They can prevent leaking onto your clothes, control odor, and prevent skin irritation. What's more, just knowing that you're protected can make you feel a lot better.
Of course, there are so many types available that you may not know where to start. The best choice depends on your symptoms. If you're just having occasional leaking or dribble, a drip collector
What are urinary incontinence external catheters?
External catheters. Unlike the catheters used at the hospital, external catheters for male incontinence are silicone or latex devices that go over the penis instead of into the urethra. They're usually rolled on like condoms. The urine is sent through a tube into a drainage bag. Some men only use these devices at night. To prevent leaks, it's very important to get the right fit and to follow the instructions from the manufacturer.