Male Urinary Continence Product: The Stigma of Living With Urinary Incontinence

Living with urinary incontinence can be challenging, to put it mildly. Apart from the physical symptoms, the very fact that you have a leaky bladder can make you feel hesitant about going out and being in the presence of other people. Fortunately, with the right kind of male urinary incontinence product, it is entirely possible […]

Traveling with Incontinence

Traveling with incontinence: Millions of men deal with urinary incontinence throughout their daily lives. This condition that affects so many can be especially difficult when you are outside of your normal routines. Travel, for example, takes us out of our comfort zone and into worlds we are less familiar with. This unfamiliarity can heighten the emotions and concerns we feel when dealing with men’s urinary incontinence. The thought of not knowing where your next bathroom break will be can turn even the most exciting journeys into a bad experience. Here are some things that you can prepare for to help with the challenges that you may face.

Living With an Indwelling Male Urinary Incontinence Catheter During COVID-19

Living with a male urinary incontinence catheter is not easy. It takes time to get used to it. But once you have established a routine and figured out how it functions, you won’t even notice it’s there.

The only situation that can upset the harmony of your life with a male urinary incontinence catheter is if you get a blockage or an infection. Catheter-Associated Urinary Tract Infection (CAUTI) can cause blockages and infections, especially for those with long-term suprapubic or urethral indwelling catheters.
As you can imagine, this experience can be painful. Generally, you’d need to see your doctor to get your male urinary incontinence catheter changed. The treatment involves a course of intravenous fluids and antibiotics, and a stay in the hospital for a few days.

How Should I Remove Men’s Liberty?

Men’s Liberty adheres by using hydrocolloid adhesive. The adhesive works best in an environment that is free of oils and moisturizers. With this environment, Men’s Liberty will stay on for up to 24 hours.

Male Urinary Incontinence: Does Cranberry Juice Help With UTIs?

Male urinary incontinence is a problem which affects millions of people in the country every year. Incontinence caused by urinary tract infections is particularly common among older men. One of the commonly suggested treatments for urinary tract infection is cranberry juice. Does it really work? Let us take a look. Cranberry Juice and UTIs – […]

Comparing Men’s Liberty to Traditional Catheters

Male urinary incontinence (a condition in which a man is unable to control his bladder) is more common than you think. While it’s not a disease in itself, incontinence is often a symptom of an underlying medical issue. There are different types of incontinence, ranging in severity from complete uncontrolled voiding of the bladder to […]

Male Urinary Incontinence Symptoms: Warning Signs of Incontinence

Urinary incontinence is a condition wherein you are unable to prevent or control the discharge of urine. Data shows that nearly 15% of men over the age of 60 suffer from incontinence. A vast majority of men tend to develop incontinence as a result of prostate troubles, neurological problems, diabetes, or urinary tract infections. Urinary […]

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

Blood in the urine – a condition that doctors refer to as hematuria – is a problem that affects a large number of men in the world. Research shows that nearly 30% of adults are at risk of developing hematuria at some point in their lifetime. If the presence of blood in the urine is visible […]

Six Questions to Ask Your Doctor, If You Are Experiencing Incontinence

Before you go to your doctor, it is essential to gather some data to arrive at your visit prepared. Coming to your visit prepared will allow you to gain insight into your incontinence, and it will help your doctor find a quicker and more precise solution.

First, you should keep a bladder diary. You should note how often you go to the bathroom when the incontinence happens, how frequently it occurs, and whether anything, in particular, seems to aggravate it, such as laughing or specific foods you eat. The NAFC has an excellent template for a bladder diary.
Secondly, you should prepare a list of questions to ask your doctor.  Questions will help you get the correct information and answers on the day of the visit.