For those living with fecal or urinary incontinence, buying incontinence products can be expensive depending on the severity of each individual's condition. Many people have to use incontinence products several times a day and the costs can be a financial burden. There are, however, insurance coverage options that can help.
Learn how to understand and cope with the common issues that caregivers face when providing care to a loved one with bowel or urinary incontinence. You are not alone and you do not need to do everything yourself.
Bowel or bladder incontinence is a common symptom of Multiple Sclerosis (MS), causing discomfort, loss of confidence and impacting quality of life. For people with MS, the need for comfortable and absorbent incontinence underwear to manage the leaks and avoid embarrassing situations is important.
Adult diaper rash is a common condition for people with urinary incontinence because the products being used to manage their symptoms may not have the proper fit or absorbency for their needs. Learn how to treat and prevent adult diaper rash.