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What are Incontinence Pads and Panty Liners used for?

Incontinence Pads and liners are incontinence products required by individuals suffering from the loss of bladder or bowel control, also known as LOBC. Incontinence Pads keep you dry and leak-free. These items are designed to handle different absorption levels and keep the skin dry and healthy. The Panty Liners are thin, discreet, and are to be worn inside the underwear. We carry a whole line of adult bladder control pads and liners that provide the best solution to tackle incontinence from light to heavy. They are categorized by usage level, gender, and material. At HPFY, we feature the best incontinence pads for heavy leakage and liners from trusted manufacturers and brands like Tena, Prevail, Poise, Tranquility, etc. We have women's incontinence pads, male incontinence pads and in unisex style, too.

How to choose the Liners and Pads for Bladder Leaks?

It is important to select the right kind of liner or incontinence pads for women and men so that the user can continue with a normal, routine life without worrying about leakages, skin irritation and discomfort. There is a whole range of best incontinence pads in varying styles for your convenience. They are generally made of polymers but there are some in cotton and polyester. Polymers are super absorbent and promote dryness while reducing incontinence odors.

Pantiliners

Incontinence panty liners are slim pads and designed to be ultra-thin for 100% discretion. Despite their slim look, they have super absorbency powers. They protect you against leakages and keep your skin dry. Odor guards in these urine panty liners prevent odors' formation, and their conformable quality ensures that they fit in well. They remain secure in any underwear because of the strong adhesive peel strip on the bottom layer, which is also waterproof. The top sheet of the urinary incontinence panty liners is designed to be ultra-soft and gentle against the skin like Poise liners

Bladder Control Pads

There are a multiple types of bladder leakage pads designed to protect you from a light bladder leak to a more serious loss of bladder control. They are available in both disposable and reusable types and several size options. Breathable and with a soft cotton top sheet, these adult incontinence pads provide peace of mind to the user with their extensive, flat barriers. There are bladder control pads with wings and without wings, reusable and disposable. Some feature Leak Guard core plus barriers that pull fluid deep into the core and away from the edges offering complete protection. Bladder pads are built to absorb fluid in seconds, leaving the skin dry and comfortable. Such as - Hartmann Dignity Extra Bladder Control Pads

Booster Pads

Booster pads for incontinence provide additional protection to those who experience frequent loss of urine and always worry about leakages. They are thin and lightweight with super absorbent polymer for total dryness as well as odor protection. They are easily and comfortably placed on top of an adult diaper or protective underwear and extend the primary incontinence product's wear-time. Booster pads are perfect for nighttime use to provide worry-free and undisturbed sleep.

Male Incontinence Guards

Explicitly contoured to provide a close fit to the male anatomy, male incontinence guards are discreet and reliable. These male incontinence pads adhere to the underwear securely without shifting or slipping. They have a super-absorbent core that locks away the fluid and neutralizes odor. The outer layer of the guard is rustle-free and waterproof. Adult male guards can deal with all incontinence levels, including an overactive bladder, stress urinary incontinence, and bladder weakness.

What is the difference between Panty Liners and Pads?

The basic difference between pads and liners is that pads consist of a bigger size and are thicker to help absorb more flow during periods. On the other hand, Pantyliners are comparatively slim, thin, and are ideal for normal discharge, absorbs daily vaginal discharge, post-intercourse discharge, or light menstrual blood flow.

Buying Guide for Incontinence Pads and Liners

1. Absorption Level of Incontinence Products

When buying an incontinence product, the primary factor to consider is its absorption level. Adult bladder control products have different absorption levels – light, medium/moderate, heavy, daytime, and overnight. Choosing the right absorption level is essential for adequate protection. It is not true that the thicker or larger the pad, the more protection it will provide. And stacking up 2-3 pads together will be useless and uncomfortable and lead to skin chaffing. Choosing the appropriate absorbency level is the key.

2. User of the Incontinence Pads

Choice of the product will significantly depend on the gender of the user using the product. Male and female anatomies are different and hence, require specialized products. On the contrary, unisex bladder control pads are designed by considering both male and female anatomies simultaneously.

3. Length and Thickness of Bladder Control Pads

Proper length and thickness of male and female incontinence pads are very important for proper urine leakage control. A perfect size will keep your product discreet while providing maximum absorption.

 

Tena incontinence products, Poise pads, Always pantiliners, Always pads, Medline pads are some of our popular items. Other popular brands include Dignity, Prevail, Kendall, Tranquility, Abri-Let, Depend, and more. They are all available in varying styles, including hour-glass shape, stackable, reusable, disposables, day and night, boosters, and male guards. Also, get your choice of fecal incontinence protection here…. all at competitive pricing.

Incontinence Pads and Liners FAQs

1. How often should Panty pads be replaced?

It is suggested to change incontinence pads around four to six times per day. It would be better to alter your incontinence pad change when it's wet, as wearing it for longer can contribute to bad odors, poor hygiene, and skin conditions.

2. What is the best way to dispose of Bladder pads?

Utilized pads should be folded up and placed in a plastic bag for disposal. If possible, use two bags. Even small pads should not be put in toilets because the super absorbent gel will swell up, and the bathroom could become blocked.

3. What happens if incontinence is left untreated?

If incontinence is left untreated, UI can lead to sleep loss, depression, and anxiety. It might be a great idea to see your doctor if your condition is causing you to: Generally urinate (8 or more times per day)

Where to buy Bladder control pads and Panty Liners Online?

At HPFY, you will find a wide range of Incontinence pads and panty liners from well-known brands such as Kimberly-Clark / Avanos Medical, Essity, and Medline Industries.

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A Brief Guide to Urinary Incontinence in Women

Taikhum Sadiq Feb 09,2016

The pelvic floor muscles in your abdominal region, help you hold your urine. Urine may leak if the muscles get weak. This can happen from pregnancy, prostate surgery, or excessive weight.

Incontinence and Menopause – Urinary Incontinence in Women

Taikhum Sadiq Feb 14,2016

Bladder control problems or urinary incontinence are common for women going through their menopause. As women age, many factors can weaken the pelvic floor muscles that are responsible for the bladder control resulting in urinary incontinence.

FAQ's

Frequently asked questions

Incontinence pads are small, waterproof multi-layered sheets which are highly absorbent in nature. They are designed to provide full protection to people with incontinence. Incontinence pads help cope with leakage issues and avoid embarrassing situations.

Incontinence pads should be changed regularly even if they are not wet in order to maintain skin hygiene. Pads which are soaked in fluid will lead to leakage and cause skin rashes.

All disposable incontinence pads have super absorbents that absorb fluid and lock it inside. The absorbency powers of an incontinence pad depend on the super absorbent material present and not its size or bulkiness.

Incontinence pads help you continue with normal day-to-day activities. They:

  • Possess strong urine absorbency level
  • Are available in varied sizes
  • Are lightweight
  • Possess odor-controlling capabilities

These pads cannot be flushed down a toilet but must be disposed of in a plastic bag.