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Articles of February,2016

Protect Your Furniture from Incontinence

Posted on Feb 25, 2016 by Kevin Cleary

Incontinence doesn’t care when or where it may rear its ugly head. For those that suffer from this disorder there is always a measure of uncertainty and worry about it. Many people may hear of incontinence and think about only wetting your bed, but the worry extends to your home’s furniture as well as the bed.

Posted in Underpads

Cleaning and Protecting Perineal Skin

Posted on Feb 16, 2016 by Kevin Cleary

An important part of any incontinence skin care program is maintaining a clean perineal area. As it turns out, our skin does not like to be perpetually wet or moist but incontinence does just that. Adherence to a program dedicated to helping maintain dry skin can help those suffering from every level of incontinence, whether it’s just a leak to full loss of bladder control.

Posted in Perineal Skin Care

Incontinence and Menopause – Urinary Incontinence in Women

Posted on Feb 14, 2016 by Taikhum Sadiq

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.

Posted in Incontinence Pads and Liners

Managing Bariatric Incontinence

Posted on Feb 13, 2016 by Kevin Cleary

The scourge of incontinence knows no bounds. Men and women alike can suffer from this embarrassing disorder. Things become even worse when you are a bariatric patient. Finding what works for you may be a matter of trial and error or even a team effort with your doctor or nurse.

Posted in Incontinence

A Brief Guide to Urinary Incontinence in Women

Posted on Feb 09, 2016 by Taikhum Sadiq

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.

Posted in Incontinence

For Women Only: Adult Diapers for Women

Posted on Feb 09, 2016 by Kevin Cleary

Millions of sufferers of incontinence wear adult diapers to maintain their independence, but why use a one-size-fits-all option? We have all heard the commercial “strong enough for a man, but made for a woman” but when it comes to adult diapers, never has this been truer. For women, there are a multitude of options designed specifically for the female anatomy.

Posted in Incontinence Pads and Liners

The Right One – Choosing the Right Incontinence Product

Posted on Feb 09, 2016 by Taikhum Sadiq

There are hundreds of incontinence products available in the market. But the biggest dilemma is to choose the one that fits your needs. Discreteness is very important part of the precaution to many people dealing with incontinence. If discreteness is important for you, there are several options available.

Posted in Incontinence

Fecal Incontinence and Children

Posted on Feb 05, 2016 by Taikhum Sadiq

Fecal incontinence also affects children, and more care should be taken, as children cannot always control the functions of the body as compared to an adult. Fecal incontinence occurs in children because of a birth defect or disease, but in most cases it's because of chronic constipation. The key is to pay close attention to child's bowel habits and to keep supporting them throughout the ordeal.

Posted in Incontinence Pads and Liners

Filtering the Filter – Nebulizer Filters

Posted on Feb 02, 2016 by Taikhum Sadiq

Nebulizer filters are one of the most important nebulizer accessories for your nebulizer machine. Nebulizer filters clean the air that runs through the machine, removing unwanted particles from the air.

Posted in Nebulizer Accessories

Cooling the Burns – Preventing Diaper Rash

Posted on Feb 01, 2016 by Taikhum Sadiq

Incontinence or involuntary urination is a problem that many people including adults face. But as technology advanced we got a solution to prevent wetting our bed or pants. Adult diapers are the answer to many of our dilemmas regarding incontinence.

Posted in Diaper Rash