How to Regain Your Confidence-- With Incontinence Products

June 17, 2018

How to Regain Your Confidence-- With Incontinence Products

Feeling Unsure About It All - Especially Away From Home

Julie was a very confident woman with an important and fast paced career. She had always taken on her life with confidence and determination. However, when she began to experience incontinence symptoms, she felt her confidence slipping away as she worried about leakage and accidents at work and other places outside of her home. 

She was unsure as to how she could possibly manage her incontinence and continuing working and doing all the things she loved. It was only when she found some information about how to effectively manage her incontinence was she able to return to the vibrant and confident woman she normally was. 

Julie’s experience is not uncommon as many people report feeling less confident after experiencing incontinence symptoms. This problem can be isolating despite the fact there are millions of Americans who are dealing with and successfully managing their incontinence. The key to knowing what to do is to educate yourself about incontinence and the products which can help. This way you can find the right ones that will work for you. Here is what you need to know about how to regain your confidence with incontinence products. 

  • Review all the options. Today there has never been as many options in incontinence products. Not to long ago, anyone who was looking for a way to manage their incontinence had to be satisfied with a unisex, one-size-fits-all adult diaper. Today, there is a wide variety of incontinence supplies ranging from pads for light leakage to adult diapers which can be worn to protect against complete loss of bladder and bowel control. Many manufacturers of incontinence products offer size ranges for a better fit and the advantage of better protection. The Caregiver Partnership offers over 550 incontinence products which can fit your own specific needs when it comes to managing your incontinence. 

  • Choose the incontinence product that fits your needs. Far too often consumers simply choose an incontinence product because of the brand name or because someone else recommended it to them. This is not always the best choice. It is important you find the incontinence products which is right for your gender, body size, and absorbency needs. While there is no need to wear a heavy duty absorbency incontinence product for light leakage, conversely you want to make sure you have enough protection and absorbency in what you are using. This way you can go through your day with confidence. If you are unsure as to what to choose the all female product specialist team at The CareGiver Partnership can help you in your search. You only have to call 800-985-1353 to speak with one of them. 

  • Be prepared. For those individuals who are managing their incontinence in workplace or social situations it is important to be prepared in order to be confident. Knowing where the restroom is in an unfamiliar setting can give you additional confidence. In addition, carrying the needed incontinence products, disposal bags, disposable washcloth or wipe and other incontinence supplies you may need can make you feel confident. You are effectively and discreetly managing your incontinence with the right incontinence products. 

Consumers are very confused about which incontinence products will work best for them or a loved one. In a recent study, Kimberly-Clark, makers of Depend and Poise brands, discovered those buying incontinence products for the first time, waste $130 on average in trial and error mode. That’s about 10 bags of products which can’t be returned, once opened.

That’s why the Free & Easy Incontinence Product Finder was developed. It saves you time, money and frustration by making it easy to sort through hundreds of products - fast.  The video below explains how it works. Questions? Call 800-985-1353 & speak with one of our knowledgeable female product specialists.

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