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Unisex vs. Men's and Women's Incontinence Underwear. What's the difference?

Posted by Bianca P. on Sep 12th 2017

Unisex vs. Men's and Women's Incontinence Underwear. What's the difference?
What is the difference between unisex or men's and women's disposable incontinence underwear? Which should I wear and why?Adult disposable incontinence underwear, also referred to as pull-up diapers, are undergarments that prevent leaks and accidents when dealing with incontinence. These underwear work great for adults that are active, and want to feel confident when living with incontinence. At Care Club, we always recommend gender-specific products when available for three reasons: better
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Prevail Breezers 360 | Product Review

Posted by California Tom on Apr 3rd 2017

Prevail Breezers 360 | Product Review
Care Club's product reviewer, "California" Tom, released his review of the Prevail Breezer's 360 Briefs. Here is what he had to say: Overall In all categories Prevails Breezers 360 is the most outstanding overnight capacity tab brief I have ever experienced my 5+ years of nighttime incontinence! Comfort Very Light, Soft and Roomy to wear overnight. And they do not feel bulky (they are only modestly thick). Seconds after putting the 360's on, I honestly do not have any sensations
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How To Manage Incontinence At Work

Posted by Bianca Padilla on Nov 29th 2016

How To Manage Incontinence At Work
Dealing with an overactive bladder is never fun, but when you’re in the workplace it can be especially inconvenient. Whether you’re constantly fighting the urge to run to the restroom or you’re worried about a possible episode while you’re on a conference call or trapped in that important meeting, the following tips will help you take back control of your bladder issues and start managing your incontinence like a boss.Start timing. Many urologists and incontinence experts recommend practicing wh
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Incontinence and Public Restrooms

Posted by Bianca Padilla on Nov 16th 2016

Incontinence and Public Restrooms
Biologically speaking, when you have to “go,” you have to go. The reality for people who struggle with incontinence or overactive bladder, however, is that they have to go much more frequently, which means, unfortunately, using public restrooms can’t always be avoided.The good news is going in public doesn’t have to be dirty or disgraceful. That being said, here are a few things to keep in mind that just might ease your fear of public restrooms.Inspect the facilities first. Whenever possible, as
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Maintaining Good Hygiene with Incontinence

Posted by Savvy Sue on Oct 27th 2016

Maintaining Good Hygiene with Incontinence
Living with incontinence can often be seen as inconvenient and can even embarrassing at times, but it’s also important to think about how it affects us health-wise. Even tiny accidents can result in urine becoming trapped against the skin, which can lead to a host of other problems, including irritation and infection. This is why maintaining good hygiene is especially important for incontinence sufferers. Here are a few helpful tips to keep you clean, fresh and confident.Wash your hands.We all k
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