How to Choose the Right Incontinence Products

How to Choose the Right Incontinence Products

The amount or degree of involuntary urine loss that occurs in a sufferer of incontinence is important when choosing continence aids. Different incontinence products are specifically designed to manage particular types of incontinence so understanding which products work best for what type is how you can choose the best continence aid for your needs.

Incontinence After Surgery

Incontinence After Surgery

Incontinence is an issue that affects many Australians and describes the involuntary loss or leakage of urine or faeces. There are several causes o...
Incontinence Aids: When Should You Use a Liner, Pad or Pant?

Incontinence Aids: When Should You Use a Liner, Pad or Pant?

Incontinence affects up to 10% of Australian men and up to 38% of Australian women managing it across the country (Continence Foundation of Australia, 2021). There are many types of incontinence but no matter age or gender, knowing exactly what type you are dealing with is the key to finding the best incontinence aids.

Sleeping Well With Incontinence

Sleeping Well With Incontinence

Incontinence affects over 5 million Australians and the severity ranges from the occasional leak of urine to the complete loss of bladder and bowel control. With the use of combination of different continence aids and incontinence products, the condition can be affectively managed for the sufferer. 
The Different Types of Incontinence

The Different Types of Incontinence

Incontinence affects 1 in 4 Australian adults and is the involuntary loss or leakage of urine or faeces in individuals. There are several different...