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    Always Discreet, Incontinence Pads, Moderate, Long Length, 54 Count
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    • Experience incredible bladder protection in a surprisingly thin incontinence pad
    • RapidDry core turns liquid to gel to help lock away bladder leaks and odors in seconds
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    TENA Serenity Pads for Women, Heavy, Regular, 56 Count
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    • 3D Technology draws moisture away from the skin
    • Length = 13"
    • Enjoy triple protection against leaks, odor, and wetness
    • New ProSkin Technology promotes freshness and skin health
    • Super absorbent technology protects against surge incontinence and heavy bladder leaks

Treatments for urinary incontinence should be discussed extensively with a doctor

Treatments for urinary incontinence should be discussed extensively with a doctor doughtiness stimulation could help to control bladder spasms. The procedure requires a small electrode to be implanted in the sacral dauntlessness of the spine, leading to a 50 percent improvement in urgency episodes, and the requisite to use fewer absorbent pads.

Urinary incontinence, leaky bladder common, but embarrassing topic to bring up ...

Urinary incontinence, leaky bladder common, but embarrassing topic to bring up ... Albatross loss can sometimes help in the case of stress incontinence, which happens when coughing, sneezing, jogging or other action leads to a loss of control of the bladder. But oftentimes, women must endure the inconveniences of urine leakage while

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Tips on house training your pet

In other words, you are starting from scratch. It’s your job to teach your puppy when and where to relieve himself.  Very young pups (under 12 weeks old) don’t have complete bladder control and might not be able to hold it very long.

Kittens have a natural instinct to use a litter box but may need some encouragement. After the kitten eats, place him in a shallow litter pan, hold his paw in your fingers and mimic a scratching movement. This done a few times is usually sufficient to begin the habit of using the box.

The safest method for young puppies who are not yet fully vaccinated is to use puppy pads (newspaper can work also).

Using a puppy pen or confined space like a bathroom or bedroom is a good idea for the times when you cannot give your puppy full attention (baby gates are great when you have a puppy). Put lots of puppy pads in the pen or confined area.

When the pup soils on the pad give praise, treats and some petting or play. Gradually decrease the number of puppy pads until you have just one or two and increase the amount of freedom your puppy has to roam.

Can frequent use of bladder pads cause itchiness and small bumps?

I have a bladder control problem and frequently wear bladder control pads. I know there can be some itchiness but lately it has been extremely itchy along with finding 2 small bumps that are not sore and I have no other symptoms. Could this be from


The sores aren't coming from the pads, the sores are from the urine itself. Urine has bacteria that cause bumps if it's on your skin for long periods. The pads simply aren't absorbent enough. It's not taking in all of the urine. I don't know how bad


The sores aren't coming from the pads, the sores are from the urine itself. Urine has bacteria that cause bumps if it's on your skin for long periods. The pads simply aren't absorbent enough. It's not taking in all of the urine. I don't know how bad

Do you use Poise or Serenity bladder control pads?

Poise
Serenity


Neither but i've heard that Poise has a better feel and absorbancy.