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  • Choosing the Right Incontinence Product

    Suppose you, or somebody you love, has trouble monitoring their bladder or bowel or getting to the toilet in time. In that case, incontinence products might be the answer. Numerous people go through incontinence, and it’s not anything to be ashamed of.
  • How to Travel with Urinary Incontinence

    The summer months herald many Americans hitting the road to see family and friends, visit new places and take long weekend trips. Here are some tips to help you manage your urinary incontinence while traveling.
  • Fighting Incontinence: Custom Fit Adult Underwear

    One of the best ways to manage incontinence symptoms is buying custom fit adult underwear. Selecting adult tabbed briefs or pull-ups that fit your unique body shape, are comfortable to wear and are not bulky under clothing are critical choices for getting your urinary or fecal incontinence under control and restoring your quality of life.
  • The ABDL Community and Adult Diapers

    A growing community who use and wear diapers are adults without any incontinence condition. This community is lumped together using an acronym of ABDL, but, as with many things, such a label can be confusing, create misunderstanding and obscure nuances that are important to understand. We'll explain what ABDL means, the various groups involved and their preferences in types of diapers.
  • Adult Underwear Absorbency is Critical

    The main purpose of adult underwear is to help people manage their fecal or urinary incontinence and avoid leakage, irritated skin, odors, and impacting a person's confidence and emotional well-being. Absorbency is a vital part of achieving that purpose. 
  • Insurance Coverage for Incontinence Products

    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. 
  • Sustainable Incontinence Products

    What is sustainability? A simple definition is the "avoidance of the depletion of natural resources in order to maintain an ecological balance". The more complicated explanation focuses on the multiple environmental, economic and social dimensions involved.

    Each individual and organization, whether that be governmental or business, has a choice to make on following or implementing sustainable practices. We, at Underx, are an environmentally neutral producer of adult incontinence products that is committed to reclaiming more non biodegradable waste than we produce. 

  • Postpartum Incontinence Management

    Women can experience incontinence symptoms during pregnancy, but it is just as common for women to struggle with postpartum incontinence. After all the soreness and pain of pregnancy and childbirth, the reality incontinence issues can continue or begin postpartum can be frustrating for women. However, there are ways to mitigate and manage this condition. 
  • Manage Incontinence By Improving Your Diet

    If you struggle with bowel or urinary incontinence, managing your diet by avoiding known triggers of symptoms and incorporating healthier options can make a significant difference in your quality of life and confidence. There is no standard anti-incontinence diet, but there are widely accepted guidelines to follow that can help.
  • Urinary Incontinence: Why Women More than Men?

    Urinary incontinence affects twice as many women as men. This derives from a woman's unique health issues, mostly connected to reproduction. Events such as pregnancy, childbirth, reproductive surgeries and menopause all can weaken the bladder, urethra and pelvic floor muscles that support these organs. That weakening, which also occurs naturally with age, can lead to a greater risk of developing urinary incontinence. 
  • Disposable Washcloths for Adult Diaper Rash

    People who suffer from adult incontinence also need to protect their skin. A lack of air flow and presence of dirt and excess moisture can cause the skin to break down and development of painful sores and rashes. Taking steps to protect against adult diaper rash and other skin irritations is essential. The use of large, soft, rinse-free disposable washcloths in combination with skin relief balm and well fitted adult underwear can make a huge difference. 
  • Types of Bowel and Urinary Incontinence

    The loss of bowel or bladder control, otherwise known as bowel or urinary incontinence, is an uncomfortable affliction for women and men. Even though incontinence is most associated with and is more common in older people, younger adults can struggle with symptoms too. The good news is incontinence is not inevitable if you understand the various types and causes and follow a lifestyle regimen aimed at addressing them head on.