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Incontinence aids are designed to help manage the symptoms of poor bladder and bowel control.
Incontinence aids can really improve your quality of life and save you from being housebound or spending all your time in the toilet.
Anyone (men, women, and children) who wants to manage their incontinence, whether light, moderate or heavy, urinary or bowel or both could benefit from using incontinence aids.
If you have problems with incontinence and are thinking of buying products for the first time, we will always suggest you talk to your GP, district nurse or local continence service if you haven’t already done so. They can identify the cause, discuss treatment options and, if products are available to help manage your problem, they can tell you what the NHS will provide.