Don’t Let Incontinence Keep You Out of the Garden! For millions of people, playing in the dirt is one of life’s greatest pleasures. In fact, about a quarter of all American households garden.
If you’ve been experiencing a little (or a lot!) of leaking due to incontinence, it may be tempting to grab a maxi pad from the bathroom cabinet and hope for the best. After all, a pad is a pad, right? Could there really be that much difference between a pad meant to protect someone with incontinence and one meant to protect someone who has her period?
Is it an Accident or Is it Incontinence? How to Tell When a Little Pee Is More Than Just a Little Annoyance.
Yes, leaks do happen. You might be laughing with a friend or out for a quick run or just checking your email, and suddenly you feel a little dribble.
Let’s just get it out in the open—there’s nothing fun about incontinence. Difficulty controlling your bladder is a challenge, and in some cases a burden. But here’s the thing—incontinence does not mean you’re permanently benched! In fact, physical activity is one of the best things people with incontinence can do for themselves.
When you watch your favorite athlete play, or your favorite singer perform, it’s hard to imagine they might be among the 35 million Americans living with urinary incontinence.
Have you ever had that “uh oh” feeling? You know the one: you laugh or cough and all of a sudden you feel a little leak that makes you hurry to the bathroom. You aren’t alone. Some 25 million Americans are said to experience incontinence or loss of bladder control.
Bladder control pads offer relief to many of those who deal with incontinence. But how often should pads be changed in order to remain hygienic?
Learn the rules and processes for incontinence supply prescriptions.
For many families, childhood incontinence issues don’t end with potty training. Many families struggle with conditions associated with incontinence management.
Did you know that you can get samples of incontinence supplies at no charge through Home Care Delivered? It’s true! Eligible Medicaid customers can try out samples of some of our most popular incontinence products, so you don’t have to worry about being stuck with the wrong product for your needs.