How Should I Remove Men’s Liberty?

Male UI Catheter: How Blood in The Urine is Tested And Treated

Is Incontinence an Issue Associated with Diabetes?

Unfortunately, men who have diabetes often also suffer from incontinence. The exact link between diabetes and incontinence is still unknown.
One thought is that the body experiences nerve damage. If blood sugar levels are not brought under control, neuropathy or nerve damage can occur. Nerve signals within the bladder and urethra are how we hold and relax to release urine. If they get damaged, then incontinence can occur.

7 Reasons Why Men’s Liberty Might Be A Fit for You

Men’s Liberty is the first truly innovative device for men’s urinary incontinence that keeps men dry 24/7. It features a completely external design, a skin friendly hydrocolloid adhesive and a secure seal for 24+ hours. Men’s Liberty is the discreet, dignified and dependable option for managing urinary incontinence.

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

Is Urinary Incontinence Hereditary?

Alzheimer’s Disease and Incontinence

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