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What product will last the longest without becoming irritating?

Instead of thinking in terms of "which product will last the longest," think in terms of which product is right for the individual person.

What makes this product different than pads?

When many women first experience leaks, they reach for what they know: menstrual pads. But the truth is, if you haven't upgraded to protective hygiene products, you aren't getting the full protection you deserve.

What kind of doctor should I have my parent see about their incontinence?

When it comes to incontinence, choosing the right doctor or healthcare provider can make a big difference.

What is the most effective way to ensure I am using the correct products for my patients?

Finding the right protective hygiene product can be challenging.

What is Prevail Continence Coach?

Prevail® Continence Coach is a program developed to address the needs of Medicaid Health Plan Members living at home.

What are Kegel exercises and do they really work?

For both men and women, Kegel exercises strengthen the pelvic floor muscles that support the bladder and help close the urethra.

Can I still have sex?

[VIDEO] Over 25 million Americans experience leakage – it’s common! Luckily with protective hygiene products you can feel secure and protected from leaks throughout the day.

Should there be an odor?

If you're caring for someone with incontinence, odor can become a big concern.

Should my patient be in a product at night?

Patients are encouraged to wear products at night for optimal comfort, protection, skin health, and more restful sleep.

Should I wake up the patient to change the product?

When it comes to changing a product, patients have different needs. Always follow your facility protocol and address your residents' individual needs.