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Purchase Wearever Undergarments in June to Support the Multiple Sclerosis Foundation

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Urinary urgency and frequency are side effects for more than 80 percent of people living with multiple sclerosis. Wearever offers comfortable solutions for incontinence with our lines of men and women’s panties that look and feel just like traditional underwear but offer ultimate absorbency protection to contain leaks within. Our underwear works just as well as, if not better than, alternatives like adult diapers or pads with the added benefits of a more subtle, comfortable, affordable and environmentally friendly design.

This month only, Wearever will donate $1 for every single pair, $1 for three-pack and $1 for six-pack purchases of the Wearever Women’s Incontinence Panties and Wearever Men’s Incontinence Boxers and Briefs lines to the Multiple Sclerosis Foundation. This includes all sizes, styles and colors from both lines.  Continue reading

Diabetic Socks – Why You Need Them, and What Makes them Different

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If you suffer from diabetes, you may have heard that you must take care of your feet. Those who suffer from diabetes often incur nerve damage or neuropathy that increases the risk of injury due to decreased sensitivity in your feet. You can literally get injured and be unaware of the injury. Because diabetics are more likely to suffer from circulatory problems, you may have a harder time healing as well. What’s more, if you have high blood sugar levels, you may be unaware that your immune system is not working properly. Continue reading

Alcohol and Incontinence – How Drinking Can Affect Your Incontinence Symptoms

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It’s only natural for those who experience incontinence, or the unintentional leakage of urine, to want to kick their symptoms or find a way to overcome them. But often times, these incontinence issues are triggered by the way one lives more than anything else. For instance, certain foods that you eat and liquids that you drink can trigger incontinence symptoms or make existing symptoms even worse.

One such thing that can trigger incontinence is the moderate to excessive consumption of alcohol. Here’s a closer look at how and why: Continue reading

Supporting a Loved One as a Live in Caregiver

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Being a caregiver is hard work; you may know this all-too-well already. However, working as a caretaker to an in-home parent can present its own set of unique challenges. Perhaps one of the most difficult aspects of such a situation is trying to balance your professional responsibilities with your family ties. It’s never an easy job, but there are some tips that can guide you towards success. Here is our guidance on being a live in caregiver, or caretaking for a parent that lives in the home. Continue reading

Diabetes and Incontinence: What You Need to Know

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In the United States, it’s estimated that about 95 percent of all people who have diabetes have Type 2 diabetes. Type 2 diabetes is a condition where the body either resists insulin, or doesn’t produce enough insulin to maintain normal glucose levels in the body. If left untreated, it can be fatal.

There are many side effects that a person living with Type 2 diabetes may experience, such as weight gain, circulatory issues, and a higher risk of developing skin infections. However, one side effect that many people don’t think about when it comes to Type 2 diabetes is urinary incontinence.

Here’s a closer look at how Type 2 diabetes contributes to urinary incontinence, and what can be done to alleviate such symptoms. Continue reading

You Were Just Diagnosed With Incontinence, Now What?

doctor deliver news to patientSo you just returned from your doctor with the news that you were diagnosed with incontinence. You likely have a lot of questions about why you’re experiencing unintentional urine leakage as you digest your situation. First of all, it’s important to note that incontinence itself isn’t so much a condition as it is a sign of a greater condition. Noting that, it’s likely that you’ll grow out of your incontinence situation either with time, or by taking measures into your own hands.

Here’s a look at some FAQs that people recently diagnosed with incontinence often have, as well as some ways to manage unintentional leakage. Continue reading

How to Cope with a Child Dealing with Incontinence

child sad with head hanging downIf you’re the parent of a bed wetter, dealing with incontinence can be frustrating and embarrassing. You may wonder what is wrong with your child, or whether he or she has an emotional problem. You might be surprised to learn that incontinence is extremely common in children, and that 20 percent of all children who are five years of age suffer from bed wetting. What’s more, a full 10 percent of children, age seven, still struggle with incontinence issues. So if your youngster is suffering from incontinence problems, you can rest assured that he or she isn’t alone with this problem. 

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What No One Tells You About Incontinence After Prostate Surgery

Old man frustrated about incontinenceIt’s estimated that as many as 240,000 men are diagnosed with prostate cancer each year, about 160,000 of which go on to have surgery to treat the condition. And while surgery is often effective – and accompanied by a five-year survival rate of 99 percent – no procedure, let alone prostate surgery, is without its side effects. Perhaps the most common long-term side effect from prostate surgery is incontinence.