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How often should I go to the bathroom?

Every person has different individual bathroom needs. If you've noticed a change in your habits, we recommend talking to your healthcare provider to develop a personalized treatment plan.

Do products make you sweat?

Every Prevail® product is designed to be as breathable as possible to prevent sweating and discomfort, though some heavier wearers may have issues with moisture build-up.

How often do I need to change the product I'm using?

Proper hygiene is an essential part of managing incontinence.

Do pessaries help leakage?

A pessary is a plastic device inserted into the vagina by a healthcare professional to prevent prolapse and bladder leakage. It's made in a variety of shapes and sizes, and can be used to administer medication slowly and consistently.

Do people who are heavier have more bladder leaks?

Being overweight can negatively impact bladder control. Excess pounds can place undue pressure on the bladder, leading to more leakage.

How long has Prevail been around?

Since 1989, we've been listening to and learning from consumers and healthcare professionals to create the most advanced protective hygiene products available.

How can I talk to my loved one more effectively about incontinence?

Discussing incontinence with a loved one is something many family caregivers try to avoid. It's a topic that's often swept under the rug simply to forgo an uncomfortable conversation.

Is it hereditary?

No, incontinence is not hereditary. But, if you're experiencing bladder leaks, you're not alone.

Do Kegel balls really help?

Kegel balls may help women improve bladder control. They may help prevent bladder and bowel leakage by exercising the pelvic floor muscles that support the bladder.

Is there a difference between men's and women's products?

Prevail® offers a wide range of protective hygiene products that includes unisex and sex-specific products.