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How to keep the bed dry, while managing incontinence

How to keep the bed dry, while managing incontinence

Taking care of a bedridden person is not limited to simply giving them food and medication. There are many health conditions that require caretakers to go beyond the basics; they must ensure that everything around the patient is clean and arranged in a way which is easier for them to manage the condition and live a relaxed, convenient life. Urinary incontinence is one such condition, which is, basically, an involuntary release of urine from the bladder. Taking care of someone with incontinence can be a messy business. Since the bed is where the patient spends most of their time, it is prone to getting dirty and wet, especially at night. So, other than changing their diapers when required and ensuring their...
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Types of Incontinence products

Types of Incontinence products

Every risk needs to be managed, in order to minimize its impact. Urinary incontinence is also a health risk that results in an involuntary release of urine from the bladder, which in turn affects the person physically as well as mentally. People suffering from incontinence are prone to the urinary tract or bacterial infections, stress, anxiety, and depression. So, managing incontinence is paramount, regardless of whether it is treatable or not. In fact, when the incontinence issue is not treatable, managing it is the only option available to the patient. Due to the stigma associated with it, many people are quite secretive about their incontinence issue, which is the reason for the lack of awareness about its management amongst people. Here are the products one can...
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World Continence Week #PowerToChange

World Continence Week #PowerToChange

Smitha R. Kumari*, 32, a resident of Bhopal, experienced something unusual on the fourth day after having delivered a baby girl. She noticed unexpected urine leaks from her bladder and started to worry about it. However, instead of openly talking to someone in her family about it, she shrugged it off as a mere postnatal health condition, that would resolve itself soon. But, the situation did not improve. As a result, it became more difficult for her to cope with it. Being secretive about it was just not working out, either. So, after a few weeks of ignoring this uncomfortable situation, Smitha consulted her doctor and found out that she was going through stress urinary incontinence, which is common during or...
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