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Body suits are vests which cover the torso with a popper fastening in the crotch.
A body suit can help to keep your incontinence aid securely in place. The popper fastening provides access to change the continence aid and also to get in and out of the body suit. A body suit is discreet and fits perfectly under your clothing.
Those who want to wear incontinence aids discreetly without the worry of it being on display, for example when bending or stretching, may benefit from using a body suit.
To choose the correct size, you should use the chest measurement and the neck to crotch measurement as a guide.