Heavy Absorbency Ideal for the demanding needs of heavy leakage associated with Reflex, Overflow, and Functional Incontinence

Reflex Incontinence happens when trauma to the body can occasionally result in the frequent loss of urine with little to no warning. Hence, it is dif cult to tell if you need to go to the bathroom.

Common Causes:

  • Stroke
  • Brain tumors
  • Spinal cord injuries

Overflow Incontinence results in the feeling of a full bladder. One fails to sense a full bladder because of nerve damage and thus does not empty the bladder. Constant dribbling of urine is a frequent symptom. There is increased frequency and urgency to urinate.

Common Causes:
Blockage of the natural passageway of urine resulting from:

  • Bladder injury
  • Radical pelvic surgery
  • Benign Prostatic Hypertrophy (BPH)
  • Nerve damage from diabetes
  • A narrowing of the urethra
  • Medications

Functional Incontinence occurs when the urinary system may work well, but factors outside the urinary tract, such as immobility or cognitive impairment, can prevent a person from getting to a bathroom in time.

Common Causes:

  • Functional disability and psychological impairment
  • Physical and mental disabilities, such as immobility or cognitive impairments
  • Environmental barriers, such as stairs, clothing, or wheelchair accessibility