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These are absorbent, disposable underwear which pull on and off like regular underwear. They're available in various sizes and levels of absorbency.
They are discreet and let the wearer to use them as they would normal underwear. They can help you feel comfortable, dry, secure, confident, and protected.
People who are relatively mobile and active, who need support with urinary and bowel incontinence may benefit from using pull up incontinence pants. They offer a higher absorbency and more security than a pad and can be thrown away, so there's no need to worry about washing them.
Before purchasing this type of pant, it's recommended that you take both your waist and hip measurements for sizing. The larger of the two is most commonly used to determine the best fit on the size chart for the product.
If they're to be used for bowel incontinence, look for pants with the ‘Maxi’ rating. This tells you that they are the most absorbent option in the range and are suitable for managing both urinary and bowel incontinence. As they can be difficult to put on for some people, they are not recommended for individuals who are immobile.