Adult Disposable Underwear:

katt

Well-Known Member
I would love to go back to real underwear, these adult disposables eventually gauld me to the point of creating an itch so deep that I end up scratching to the point of drawing blood, when that happens, I change brands, but I have a cough that is a form of asthma, everytime I cough, it comes out both ends, I may as well move into the bathroom, so, I'm wondering, will the incontinence underwear I see on the net work?..they are expensive, but I buy these things twice a month, which means, in the long run, the real underwear is cheaper..what do y'all think...any suggestions?
 

Work4Peanuts

I like being just a Well-Known Member
I've been curious about them as well for other reasons. I notice they have some cheaper competitors on Amazon. One thing I wonder though, is how often you need to change them.
 

JoyJoyJoy

I Shall Not Be Moved
My dear sister was incontinent and wore pull up adult briefs. I think they bought hers at walmart

Ah, I re-read your opening. Sorry, no idea about the undies.
 

Cloud Watcher

Well-Known Member
What about the incontenence pads that you can put in your undies like period pads. They are supposed to hold more liquid than period pads, and maybe they would eliminate your itch problem.
 

Ghoti Ichthus

Pray so they do not serve alone. Ephesians 6:10-20
As soon as a pad, pull-up, undie, etc. gets soiled, even the least little bit, it must get changed to avoid infection and/or irritation. And whatever is on the person needs to be properly cleaned up. Itching in this situation is an indicator of bodily fluids/solids/soiled products causing irritation to the skin/mucous membranes.

If you have an allergy or sensitivity to latex, check the box to see if product(s) you use/want to try are latex-free.

There are several female continence products that are placed in the vagina that might be helpful.

You might want to talk to your doc. It's possible you have a structural issue like a prolapse, pelvic floor issue, bladder/valve issue, etc. There are medications and procedures that can alleviate some of these issues, sometimes permanently or at least long-term.


:pray :pray :amen :amen
 

katt

Well-Known Member
As soon as a pad, pull-up, undie, etc. gets soiled, even the least little bit, it must get changed to avoid infection and/or irritation. And whatever is on the person needs to be properly cleaned up. Itching in this situation is an indicator of bodily fluids/solids/soiled products causing irritation to the skin/mucous membranes.

If you have an allergy or sensitivity to latex, check the box to see if product(s) you use/want to try are latex-free.

There are several female continence products that are placed in the vagina that might be helpful.

You might want to talk to your doc. It's possible you have a structural issue like a prolapse, pelvic floor issue, bladder/valve issue, etc. There are medications and procedures that can alleviate some of these issues, sometimes permanently or at least long-term.


:pray :pray :amen :amen
I never thought it might be treatable, thank you for the heads up...
 

Cindy S.

When he comes, will he find faith? Luke 18:8
I never thought it might be treatable, thank you for the heads up...
https://www.mlive.com/news/kalamazo...sing-rectal-devices-on-multiple-patients.html

Kalamazoo-area doctor will plead guilty to Medicare fraud, re-using rectal devices on multiple patients​


Beyer also has agreed to plead guilty to directing his staff to reuse single-use anorectal manometry catheters on multiple patients as part of an initial diagnostic study with patients with potential fecal incontinence. The act carries a potential penalty of up to three years in prison and a $100,000 fine.



Wright agreed May 5 to plead guilty to misprision of health care fraud and the adulteration of a medical device. The U.S. Attorney’s Office alleges Wright knew the practice was fraudulently billing Medicare for services but never informed authorities.



The misprision charge could result in up to three years in prison and a $250,000 fine, according to court documents. The adulteration charge could result in up to one year in prison and a $100,000 fine.



The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services first received a complaint against Beyer on May 21, 2019.



A nurse at Women’s Health Care Specialists stated in the complaint she estimated that a single-use rectal pressure sensor was used more than 100 times before being replaced.
 

candyc

New Member
As soon as a pad, pull-up, undie, etc. gets soiled, even the least little bit, it must get changed to avoid infection and/or irritation. And whatever is on the person needs to be properly cleaned up. Itching in this situation is an indicator of bodily fluids/solids/soiled products causing irritation to the skin/mucous membranes.

If you have an allergy or sensitivity to latex, check the box to see if product(s) you use/want to try are latex-free.

There are several female continence products that are placed in the vagina that might be helpful.

You might want to talk to your doc. It's possible you have a structural issue like a prolapse, pelvic floor issue, bladder/valve issue, etc. There are medications and procedures that can alleviate some of these issues, sometimes permanently or at least long-term.


:pray :pray :amen :amen
I am curious what you could put in the vagina that would help with incontinence? and how they would work.
thank you.
 

yrrek

Well-Known Member
I would love to go back to real underwear, these adult disposables eventually gauld me to the point of creating an itch so deep that I end up scratching to the point of drawing blood, when that happens, I change brands, but I have a cough that is a form of asthma, everytime I cough, it comes out both ends, I may as well move into the bathroom, so, I'm wondering, will the incontinence underwear I see on the net work?..they are expensive, but I buy these things twice a month, which means, in the long run, the real underwear is cheaper..what do y'all think...any suggestions?
I don’t wear them but I get really itchy skin from certain clothing. Lotion and gold bond powder helps a lot. Idk if it’s going to help but I will hope you find some relief. But there are also cloth underwear you could try too.
 

Ghoti Ichthus

Pray so they do not serve alone. Ephesians 6:10-20
I am curious what you could put in the vagina that would help with incontinence? and how they would work.
thank you.

Here's a link to an incontinence product advisor, which explains various incontinence products, how they work, and which types of incontinence they're good for
https://www.continenceproductadvisor.org/femaledevices

More complete article about just this type of incontinence product (easier reading, too)
https://health.clevelandclinic.org/this-tampon-like-device-stops-your-urinary-incontinence/

Here's the abstract of a scientific evaluation study
https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/10450820/
 
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