Protective Underwear (Pull Ups)

How to Choose Protective Underwear

Protective underwear is used by individuals who deal with incontinence to provide discreet, comfortable protection against urinary leaks. We have disposable pull-ups and reusable briefs available, many of which have tear-away sides for simple removal. We recommend protective underwear for individuals with moderate incontinence, while pads or liners are typically used for minor incontinence situations. If you need more protection, you can use a pad or a shield along with protective underwear to ensure safety against leaks. Read about important features to consider when choosing protective underwear below.

Factors in Choosing Protective Underwear

Absorption: When determining the level of absorbency that you need, consider the amount and duration of flow that occurs throughout the day. Our protective underwear is designed for heavy absorption, which is ideal if you lose a large volume of urine, especially at night. We also offer protective underwear designed for a more moderate absorption, if you prefer something sleeker.

Wicking: Wicking helps lock away moisture, making protective underwear more comfortable to wear without moisture causing you discomfort. If you experience a heavy flow, use the product at night, or have sensitive skin, advanced wicking is important. Our Protection Plus Overnight Protective Underwear is a great choice if you're looking for an overnight brief with strong wicking capabilities.

Size: If your protective underwear is too small or too large they will not prevent leaks effectively, so it is important to measure your waist, hips, and thighs in order to get the right size for your body; keep in mind that some manufacturer sizes may be different from others. Attends Bariatric Underwear are specifically designed to comfortably fit larger patients, while DryTime Disposable Protective Youth Underwear is a great choice for younger patients who experience incontinence.

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