Attends offers a complete range of hygiene products for everything from light to complete incontinence. We would be happy to send you information about our complete range. Or visit us at www.attends.com
You can find Attends products on-line, at select pharmacies/DME stores and supported by many leading insurance plans (Medicaid, Veterans Affairs, Medicare Advantage). Additionally, you vist our Where To Buy to find In-store or Online locations.
With the help of our Product Finder, you will find the right product with the right absorbency and size. You have the opportunity to test our products before purchasing them. Please contact us or call us at 800-428-8363 to request your sample. Our team is available Monday to Friday from 9am to 5pm EST (excluding holidays).
Feminine hygiene products are designed for a specific purpose, not for bladder weakness.Sanitary pads are only suitable for smaller amounts of menstrual blood so we recommend that you use products like the Attends(r) Discreet for incontinence needs. Thanks to their high-performance absorbent core with super absorber, incontinence products absorb large amounts of urine in a short time. Attends products have in-built technology to keep your skin nice and dry, prevent leakage and also provides odor protection.
There are a few reasons a product may be leaking. Sizing is one of the largest causes of leaking in protective products; please ensure that the product you are using is the correct size. Another cause may be that you are not using the right absorbency for your needs. Light liners and bladder control pads aren’t made to contain full voids. If you are experiencing leakage out of liners, you should consider moving to protective underwear. If you are having trouble finding the right product for your needs, give our friends at HDIS a call. They will provide a free, personalized incontinence assessment and provide free samples that you can try before you buy.
For those who suffer from bowel incontinence, we recommend protective underwear for light to moderate fecal incontinence containment. For heavy to severe fecal incontinence, we recommend using a brief.
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