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Frequently Asked Questions Blog posts regarding Wearever Incontinence

Managing Incontinence Associated Dermatitis

Incontinence and your Skin - Dermatitis

Incontinence has a range of unpleasant side effects, including dermatitis. Incontinence associated dermatitis is uncomfortable and unpleasant. It can cause heat rash, itching, pain, and inflammation. There are steps you can take to soothe the irritated skin, and relieve the pain and itching associated with this condition.

Why incontinence affects the skin

Incontinence places your skin in prolonged contact with urine. Urine typically has a much higher (more alkaline) pH level than your skin. The longer the urine sits on your skin, the more it can become irritating. Continue reading

How to Tell the Difference Between Incontinence and UTI

woman holding pelvis due to incontinenceUrinary incontinence, or the unintentional leakage of urine, is a symptom that tens of millions of Americans experience – and it’s usually a sign of a greater condition. For instance, some people experience incontinence based on their diet. Many women experience incontinence after giving birth, and many men often experience it for several months following prostate surgery.

Both men and women may also experience incontinence if they have a UTI, or urinary tract infection. It is important to distinguish the difference between incontinence and UTI. Here’s a closer look: Continue reading

Wearever – Stretching Your Dollar with Reusable Incontinence Products

When it comes to incontinence products, Wearever is king. There is simply no better product if you prioritize affordability, style, and functionality. Your concerns and needs with regard to incontinence are all addressed by the Wearever 3-Point Philosophy. Our products are guaranteed to deliver:

Wearever Incontinence-Reusable UnderwearConsistent quality and performance
incontinence briefs and incontinence panties are assembled with sewn-in Unique-Dri™ pads, which trap liquid through a polyester lining, keeping liquid away from your body – no matter how heavy or light your leakage problem may be. The odor eliminating antimicrobial fibers are included to ensure that your underwear stay sanitary, safe, and odor-free during any leakages you may experience. Many providers of incontinence wear do not keep what’s most important to you in mind. Oftentimes, the standard “adult diaper” will fail because they are constructed with thin padding. Many report leaks and odor, which is never an ideal outcome. Thankfully, Wearever incontinence underwear is certain to provide you with the quality you need.  Continue reading

Incontinence Glossary

antimicrobial fibers is antimicrobial fibers used in incontinence underwear to reduce or eliminate odors that occur because of urine leakage. can be used for odor protection purposes in both men’s and women’s incontinence underwear.

Bladder Leakage: Bladder leakage is an embarrassing problem in which urine is released from the bladder involuntarily. The amount of urine released during incontinence episodes may vary from a few drops to a large amount that soaks the individual’s underwear and clothing. Continue reading

Briefs and Panties- Not Adult Diapers

When it comes to incontinence products, most people immediately think of adult diapers; however, disposable adult diapers are no longer the only option for people with incontinence issues. An affordable apparel solution is now available in the form of innovative and eco-friendly incontinence briefs and panties.

Wearever Women's Lovely Lace Trim Incontinence PantiesIncontinence briefs and panties offer the wearer a comfortable, stylish, high-quality and affordable solution that contributes greatly to everyday health and wellness. There’s a vast difference between adult diapers and incontinence briefs and panties, and those with incontinence, as well as their caregivers, are taking notice. Continue reading

Is it possible to travel with incontinence?

Traveling with incontinence doesn’t have to be stressful or embarrassing while driving or flying. Suffering from a loss of bladder control should never come between you and seeing the world, and proper preparation for your trip can ensure a worry-free experience.

Consult with a Physician

Traveling with Incontinence- Wearever IncontineneceDiscuss both your travel plans and concerns regarding your incontinence with a physician as far in advance as possible. A doctor can offer sound advice pertaining to urinary incontinence issues and help you decide if prescription medication is right for you during your trip. Take this opportunity to have a thorough checkup and ensure you have enough refills of current medications to last through your travels. Continue reading

Managing the Symptoms of Stress Incontinence

How to handle Incontinence- Visit your DoctorAlthough the name can be somewhat misleading, psychological stress is not a contributing factor to stress incontinence. Instead, the term “stress incontinence” refers to bladder leakage that occurs due to damage or weakness in the pelvic floor muscles and occurs when the muscles in that area are strained. This can happen due to childbirth, infections, obesity, or smoking. The most common symptom of stress incontinence is bladder leakage when you cough or sneeze. It can also occur during physical exertion, such as lifting heavy items, exercise, or any other physical activity. Continue reading

Six Helpful Tips To Stop Embarrassing Incontinence Odor

Stay Hydrated to Stop Incontinence OdorsIncontinence issues can happen to anybody at any age. The condition can cause an involuntary leaking of urine in small or large amounts. Most people will get a medical diagnosis of this condition to undergo the right kind of treatment. Many individuals suffering from incontinence will also wear diapers, incontinence panties, or incontinence briefs to handle the involuntary leaking.

Whether you decide to wear disposable undergarments, or the new Wearever briefs and panties made of odor eliminating antimicrobial fibers and sewn-in absorbent pads, you may still experience an odor when removing the undergarments or doing daily activities. Here are several tips to help with incontinence odors. Continue reading

Signs That My Loved One Needs to Start Wearing Incontinence Underwear?

Family members and caregivers often have the responsibility of delivering uncomfortable information to loved ones. Having a conversation about the need to wear incontinence panties or incontinence briefs is probably not something you’re looking forward to doing. The good news is that people who suffer from incontinence have access to items that can help them to maintain their dignity and quality of life. Incontinence supplies can also help caregivers in managing this issue more effectively. Not using incontinence products can not only result in embarrassing incidents, but also health issues like skin rashes and urinary tract infections. When it’s time, it’s important to talk to loved ones about the usefulness and efficacy of incontinence products. Continue reading