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5 Best Incontinence Clamps

5 Best Incontinence Clamps
Shweta Chaubey

An incontinence clamp or penile clamp is a device that controls male urinary leakage while sneezing, coughing, or lifting heavy things. It also helps manage leakage related to other medical conditions.

Incontinence clamps have a small inversion on the bottom part of the device, which applies pressure on the lower part of the penis to compress the urethra and stop the undesired urine flow. However, it does not impact regular blood circulation. It only exerts as much pressure as is required to prevent urine leakage accidents. 

Penile clamps for incontinence look like a clamshell and can be opened and closed using only one hand. They cushion the penis comfortably and provide adjustable tension to prevent unwanted flow from the bladder.

5 Best Male Incontinence Clamps

HPFY carries many practical and affordable penile clamps for incontinence from top manufacturers. Some of our best incontinence clamps include - 

1. Bard Cunningham Penile Clamp

Easily reduces male incontinence problems. The lower foam pad presses against, the lower side of the penis to compress the urethra. This prevents urine leakage without restricting blood flow. The Cunningham incontinence clamp is easy to wear and can be released with one hand. 

Features of Bard Cunningham Penile Clamp

  • Reusable and washable
  • Made of soft sponge rubber
  • Suitable for males of all ages
  • Ratchet locking clamp mechanism comes with five settings
Bard Cunningham Penile Clamp



2. Personal Medical C3 Male Incontinence Device

A dignified solution to solve male incontinence issues. This device is effective for mild to moderate leakage. The soft foam has a comfortable, snug fit that keeps the clamp in place and does not affect natural blood flow. 

Features of Personal Medical C3 Soft Penile Clamp

  • Disposable
  • Economical
  • Compact and easy to conceal
  • Helps maintain hygiene
Personal Medical C3 Male Incontinence Device



3. Wiesner Penile Compression Clamp

A whole new approach to solving male incontinence, this clamp prevents skin irritation and is an excellent alternative to other incontinence devices. Wiesner Clamp also reduces the risk of penile edema, and its ergonomic design ensures unobstructed blood flow.

Features of Wiesner Incontinence Clamp

  • Features 4 lock settings
  • Reduces the risk of UTIs
  • Avoids or minimizes urine dripping
  • Medical-grade silicone rubber cushions
Wiesner Incontinence Clamp



4. Dribblestop Penile Clamp

Dribblestop Penile Clamp is an external incontinence tool efficiently used to control bladder leakage by gently applying pressure to the top of the penis and the urethra underneath. Dribblestop penis cuff is effective on circumcised and noncircumcised penis. It is made of lightweight plastic and med-grade foam molded and shaped for flexibility and softness. The material does not absorb liquid and keeps the wearer comfortable.

What comes with a Dribblestop Penile Clamp?

  • Two complete clamps
  • Multiple links in various sizes
  • Full instructions
Dribblestop Male Urinary Incontinence Clamp



5. Bioderm Kind Klamp Penis Clamp

Bioderm Kind Klamp Penis Clamp stops the urine flow through the urethra temporarily. It has incredibly soft foam and tough-designed plastic for extra comfort. If you suffer from incontinence or dribbling of urine, Bioderm Kind Klamp is the right choice.

Features of Bioderm Penile Incontinence Clamp

  • The curved upper arm improves comfort.
  • A long-lasting hinge facilitates multiple cycles.
  • Fits all body types.
  • Easy-use clasp helps with one-hand usage.
Bioderm Kind Klamp Penis Clamp



Tips for Penile Clamp Application

  1. Select the right size. An ill-fitting clamp may lead to leakage accidents, edema, and skin irritation. Ask your healthcare professional if you need guidance.
  2. Use the penile clamp only for outings or special events and only for 1-2 hours at a stretch so that normal urination can occur. 
  3. Make sure to move the incontinence clip up or down. Do not keep it in one place for more than 2 hours.
  4. Do not use the clamp if you have arthritis or dexterity issues.
  5. Avoid using an incontinence clamp at night while sleeping. Instead, use a diaper or urinary pad to prevent leakage.
  6. Spend time understanding the clamp's locking mechanism. Clamping the penis too tightly may obstruct blood flow and cause skin irritation.
  7. Monitor the condition of the clamp regularly. Visible cracks, discoloration, foam separation, or other signs of deterioration mean it is time to use a new clamp. 
  8. Replace your clamp every three months or sooner, depending on the condition.
  9. Contact your doctor immediately if you feel any persistent pain or discomfort.

Finding the right-sized penile clamp

Male incontinence clamps are available in juvenile, regular, and large sizes. To find the right fit, squeeze the penis slightly and then measure the around the shaft. 

Use your forefinger and thumb to apply slight pressure on the middle of the shaft as if you are stopping urine flow. Then use a measuring tape and note the measurement:  

  • Juvenile clamp:  1.5 inches (3.8 cm)
  • Regular clamp:  2 inches (5 cm)
  • Large clamp: 3 inches (7.5cm)

Urinating with the Clamp

Unlock the clamp and remove it while urinating. Afterward, re-apply the clamp at a slightly different location to avoid blood circulation restriction.

Cleaning the Clamp

Make sure the clamp is washable by reading the instructions on the packaging. Follow these steps to clean a washable incontinence clamp - 

  1. Use mild soap and warm water.
  2. Avoid using bleach, detergent, or hot water.
  3. Rinse with cool water.
  4. Gently squeeze the foam to drain excess water.
  5. Let it dry in a cool place away from excess heat and direct sunlight.
  6. Do not put it in a clothes dryer.
  7. Do not use a hair dryer. 

Using an incontinence product like a penile clamp can significantly reduce other issues.  However, long-term or improper use may cause complications such as pain, urethral erosion, edema, skin irritation, or an inflammatory response from compromised tissue and blood flow. Therefore, taking breaks from regular usage and replacing them every three months is essential.

Find incontinence clamps and other urinary incontinence products at affordable prices at HPFY!

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Shweta Chaubey, has been a Health Products For You contributor since 2021. An advocate-turned-writer, her desire to create meaningful and positive content has brought her to HPFY and what better than writing ...

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