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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.
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 I need a prescriptions for some of these products?
Fortunately, you don't need a prescription to use Prevail® products.
Do I need a hysterectomy to improve bladder leaks?
A hysterectomy is not a treatment for bladder leakage. Fortunately, there's a variety of incontinence treatment and management options you can use to improve bladder control.
Do I need to wash the patient with every change?
Whenever you change a patient's product, some form of skin care is required to prevent odor, infection, and skin irritation.
Can you tell I'm wearing the product under clothes?
All Prevail® products are designed for four things: comfort, absorbency, skin health, and discretion. If they didn't excel at each of those things, we wouldn't put our name on the box.
Can you go swimming in the product?
We don't recommend using Prevail® protective hygiene products when swimming or participating in aquatic activities.
Can people tell when I pee?
Not if you're wearing the right protective hygiene product.