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There are two types of women’s incontinence pants: Disposable and Washable. Disposable pants come in different sizes and absorbencies. Washable pants are reusable underwear with a built-in pad and a high level of absorbency. Most disposable pants are unisex, however, there are some which are designed specifically for women.
They are discreet, washable incontinence pants are designed to look like regular underwear and are suitable for more active people. Disposable pants are more suitable for urinary and bowel incontinence as they surround you more completely and can be thrown away, no need to worry about washing them. Both can help you feel comfortable, dry, secure, confident, and protected.
Women who need support in managing urinary and bowel incontinence.
We would recommend that you take both your waist and hip measurements for sizing to make sure that you get the right fit. The larger of the two is most commonly used to determine the best fit on the size chart for the product.