How To Use Tena Pants Guide TENA Pants are as easy to pull off as they are to pull on. Just tear open the side seams and pull off the disposable incontinence underwear.
Kegel Exercise – A Guide For Women Experiencing Incontinence Kegel exercises can control urinary incontinence and other pelvic floor problems. Find a step-by-step guide to doing these Kegel exercises properly: The main benefit of doing Kegel exercises are that they will strengthen the pelvic floor muscles, which support the uterus, bladder, small intestine and rectum. […]
How To Fit Whilst Standing Pull up the pants over the legs like underpants. Pull up the product so it fits well in the groin and crotch area. Check the fit once again. To take off the pants rip open the side seams and dispose.
How To Fit Whilst Standing Raise the pants up to the middle of the thighs. Stretch the pad lengthways and fold along its length to form a small “ship” shape. The wider end fits to the back. Pull the pad in the “ship” shape from front to rear, above the net fixation pants, through the […]
Forma Care All In One Slip Instructions How To Fit Whilst Standing Unfold the All-in-One and stretch out into the shape of a “ship”. At the back of the product you will find the adhesive strips. Place the All-in-One from between your legs in the Shape of a “ship” pulling through from front to back. Smooth out the front […]
Why Urinary Incontinence Occurs Urinary Incontinence or Bladder control problems can be embarrassing, but understanding what causes incontinence can improve your chances of getting it under control. Urinary incontinence occurs when the muscles in the bladder that control the flow of urine contract or relax involuntarily. This results in either leaking or uncontrolled urination. The […]