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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.
Are there products for active females?
Yes, we make many protective hygiene products for women with active lifestyles.
Do women who never gave birth have bladder leakage?
Yes, women who have never given birth can also experience leaks.
Are there any long term effects of incontinence?
Yes, without proper management, there can be many long-term and chronic effects of leakage.
Do the thin pads work?
Prevail® Bladder Control Pads are discreet pads designed for light bladder leakage protection. They come individually wrapped and are available in a variety of sizes and absorbencies.
Can I still have sex?
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.
Do the products come perfumed?
No, Prevail® pads, underwear, brief and underpad products are not perfumed and do not contain deodorizers.
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.
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.
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.