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I believe I am applying the product properly, but there is still leakage. What could be wrong?

First, determine if the correct protective hygiene product is being used for the type and level of incontinence the individual is experiencing.

Why can't I have a good night's sleep?

When leaks get in the way of a good night's sleep, your quality of life suffers.

Does my back pain make the bladder leaks worse?

There may be a link between your back pain and bladder leakage. One will not likely be the cause of the other but both involve similar muscle groups.

I am pregnant and experiencing mild incontinence. What can I do?

Childbirth can contribute to bladder leakage, but the particular number of pregnancies doesn't have much of an effect on leakage.

Will your products come in different colors?

The Prevail® family of products is not all the same in terms of look and feel.

Does insurance cover incontinence products?

Some insurance will cover incontinence products. It may depend on the state where you live and your particular health insurance plan.

I am caring for children. As they grow, what are my choices?

Everyone wants their children to feel comfortable and clean. Our sister brand Cuties® has them covered.

Does incontinence increase risk of urinary tract infection?

Incontinence can increase the risk of a Urinary Tract Infection (UTI).

How often should the products be changed?

How often you change the product depends on the level of leakage and type of incontinence.

Do you recommend liners or briefs for my incontinence?

When it comes to protective hygiene, there are a lot of options to choose from: liners, pads, underwear, and briefs. At first, it can seem overwhelming.