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What product will last the longest without becoming irritating?

Instead of thinking in terms of "which product will last the longest," think in terms of which product is right for the individual person.

What makes this product different than pads?

When many women first experience leaks, they reach for what they know: menstrual pads. But the truth is, if you haven't upgraded to protective hygiene products, you aren't getting the full protection you deserve.

What are Kegel exercises and do they really work?

For both men and women, Kegel exercises strengthen the pelvic floor muscles that support the bladder and help close the urethra.

Should I get Cesarean section to prevent incontinence?

Cesarean sections are not a recommended procedure to prevent bladder leakage.

If I drink less, will I have less issues?

Staying hydrated is important, even if you're experiencing leaks.

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.

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.

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.