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What is a Texas Catheter?

A Texas catheter is a type of male external catheter used to treat urinary incontinence in men. Texas catheters differ from external condom catheters in that they usually come with a self-adhering elastic foam strap or Velcro strap that helps keep the catheter in place and not fall off during the day. The catheter is worn over the glans penis to drain the urine into a urine collection bag. As a Texas catheter is worn externally, it reduces the risk of urinary tract infections and incontinence-induced skin breakdown up to a great extent. HPFY offers a wide range of Texas catheters from various top-selling brands like Kendall, Uro-Con, etc.

When to use Texas Catheter?

Normally texas catheter is used when indwelling catheters are not possible to use. These are for short-term use, as long-term use can increase the risk of UTIs and cause damage and irritation to the penis from friction with the catheter. Texas condom catheters offer enhanced comfort for many men. They have a sheath resembling a condom, making them more pliable and less likely to chafe or cause irritation. Texas catheter is indicated in the following situations:

How does a Male External Catheter work?

Texas catheter works similarly to the way that regular external condom catheters work. Texas catheter is worn on the penis to facilitate urine drainage. The catheter is connected to the drainage tube, and the tubing is connected to a urinary leg bag or an overnight drainage bag. Texas catheters do not help with urine retention. If you cannot pass urine naturally, a texas catheter will not work for you.

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How to wear Texas Catheter?

Important things to consider while using a Male Texas Catheter

  1. Measure the penis and use an appropriate size catheter. The most important thing to consider is the sizing of the Texas catheter. Not all manufacturers use the same sizing guidelines, so check your preferred size before buying.
  2. Change the catheter daily or as indicated by the manufacturer.
  3. Although trimming long hair is advisable, shaving pubic hair is not recommended because it can cause skin irritation. You can use a hair guard or a paper towel with a hole in the middle during catheter application.
  4. Never use adhesive tapes to keep the Texas catheter in place. It might cause trauma to the penis.
  5. If you found no urine in the drainage bag, check for the common issues, including:

Where to buy Texas Catheter online?

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5 Tips for Pain-Free Foley Catheter Insertion

Shweta Chaubey Jun 11,2022

Is using a catheter supposed to hurt? No, inserting a catheter should not hurt, but if you are experiencing catheter pain while self-cathing, you can follow certain tips for foley catheter insertion to reduce pain and discomfort.

Male External Catheters – Condom Catheters Buying Guide

Anushree Kothari Dec 09,2017

Male external catheter (MEC), also known as condom catheter or texas catheter, is used to treat urine incontinence in men. It is a simple sheath that is worn on penis, just like a condom. End of the external urinary catheter

Men And Their Catheters: A Quick Tutorial

Kevin Cleary Mar 10,2015

The two main causes for the need of a catheter is the inability to completely empty ones bladder (urinary retention) and the emptying of the bladder at inappropriate times (incontinence). Many men have felt the stigma of a bladder that