What is the Learning Curve?

Simply put – the learning curve is a 2-3 day period needed for you to rid your skin of moisture to ensure the full adhesion time for Men’s Liberty. Your skin holds in moisture, naturally. In addition to the natural moisture content of your skin, the soap lotion or oils that you use daily can add more moisture to your skin. Men’s Liberty uses a proprietary adhesive called Hydrocolloid. A moist environment will lessen the adhesive qualities of the Hydrocolloid. During the first few days of wear-time, you may not have a full 24-hour wear-time from the Men’s Liberty due to the moisture content of your skin.

Treatments for Male Incontinence

Urinary incontinence is a very common issue. In fact, in the U.S. alone, approximately 25 million adults experience some form of it. There are so many options available today making male incontinence very manageable and sometimes treatable, depending on the severity. If you and your doctor have ruled out these possibilities and you are needing a different solution, it is important to understand when each product should be used and their potential side effects.

Men’s Liberty and Medicare

How Incontinence Support Groups Can Be Beneficial

Understanding Incontinence is Your Best Defense

There are some unbelievable stories that float around concerning urinary incontinence. I like to term these stories, “Incontinence myths.” I’ll do my best to explain the difference between incontinence myths and true facts, as believing the myths can harm your ability to deal effectively with you urinary incontinence.

Are Prescription Drugs the Answer?

The Ugly Truth About Diapers

sIt’s been a while since we talked about diapers…  Truth is, many of our clients find us due to all the horrible side effects created by wearing disposable adult diapers. So, let’s talk about the ugly truth about diapers. Earlier this week, I asked one of my assistants to give me a handful of facts […]

‘Twas the Night Before Christmas… with Men’s Liberty 2015

To Leak or Not to Leak – (that is the question)