My parent is being antisocial because of their incontinence.

It's natural for your loved one to feel self-conscious about their incontinence in social situations. But if their fears are preventing them from living a full, connected life, help may be required.

First, let them know that incontinence is nothing to be ashamed of; it's a common issue that millions of people live with everyday. And with the right protective hygiene products, it's easily manageable—even in social situations.

Second, research specific products. You'll find a wide range of protective hygiene products in many sizes, designed for a variety of incontinence needs here. If your loved one knows they're protected against wetness and odor, they'll feel more comfortable socializing.

If they're mainly concerned about the unpredictability of incontinence, a Bladder and Bowel Diary is a great way to make bathroom visits more predictable.

 

Didn't find the answer you were looking for? Please reach out to our eNurse team for any protective hygiene questions. Contact Now!

Source: Prevail eNurse Team.

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