Many products are available to help patients avoid embarrassment and prevent leakage.
A variety of absorbent pads and undergarments are quite effective in catching spills and leaks. Newer types of pads are thin enough to be worn undetected, and a spare can be hidden in a purse or pocket. Many undergarments developed for incontinence are almost indistinguishable from regular briefs and underpants.
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