Incontinence and Diapers
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Incontinence is anytime someone cannot control their bladder or bowels. Bladder and bowel incontinence are common, especially among older adults. We have all the supplies to help, shop now!
How to Prevent Incontinence
To prevent incontinence Kegel exercises can be done. This will help with urinary control and other pelvic floor problems. Kegel exercises improve pelvic floor muscle strength to support the bladder, small intestine, and rectum. The Mayo Clinic offers a step-by-step guide.
Do I Really Need a Diaper?
If your incontinence is light and you feel a diaper is not necessary, then pads may be the right choice for you. Pads are an absorbent alternative ideal for anyone who needs extra protection without the use of a diaper.
What Causes Incontinence? There are many causes for incontinence, two of the most common are muscle and nerve damage. However, diarrhea, urinary tract infections, diseases, producing too much urine (overflow incontinence), or incontinence that occurs when pressure is exerted on the bladder or muscles that control the bowels (stress incontinence).