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Who can I contact for help?

Our eNurse team is available 24/7 to provide personal assistance.

Do I need fillers to improve incontinence?

Fillers or urethral bulking have been shown to improve bladder control in some people.

How do I get my confidence back?

Incontinence can take a toll on your confidence. When you're worried about an accident, it's hard to put your best face forward. But it doesn't have to be that way.

My father is reluctant to use your products. How can I make him feel more comfortable?

The first time wearing a protective hygiene product can be intimidating for anyone. To make this transition easier, it's important that your loved one is properly informed.

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.

Are there caregivers near me?

Every area is different. You'll be more likely to find a professional caregiver in urban or suburban areas than in rural, but home healthcare is the fastest growing industry in the United States.

It seems like my mother's incontinence is worsening. What can I do?

Taking care of someone's health and well-being is a big responsibility, especially when they're also someone you love.

Can you go swimming in the product?

We don't recommend using PrevailĀ® protective hygiene products when swimming or participating in aquatic activities.

Is there anything I can do other than using products to help manage my incontinence?

Incontinence is manageable. If you have bladder leaks, there are a number of things you can do to treat or manage the condition.

Can leaks cause depression?

Managing incontinence can feel daunting at first but it actually gets easier the more you talk about it and as you develop a specific treatment plan.