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When incontinence affects a patient or a loved one, choosing the right product to keep them comfortable can seem overwhelming. There are many options available to help provide security and stability to a person who suffers from incontinence. To assist you in making the best decision on which product to purchase, here are some of the primary differences between them


Liners
Incontinence liners are inserts that secure to regular undergarments with an adhesive strip. They serve as an ideal low-profile solution for those suffering from light incontinence.

Belted undergarments

Belted undergarments combine a liner with a belt or strap that can be worn with or without regular underwear. They offer the flexibility of replacing a liner or pad as needed, while still providing the support of the belt.

Briefs

According to National Incontinence, adult briefs, or protective underwear, are “more like disposable pull-ups and reusable underwear.” Adult briefs vary in degrees of absorbency from light to heavy-duty and have moisture-wicking capabilities, as well as odor control.

Diapers

Adult diapers are best-suited for those who are bed-ridden or suffer from heavy incontinence. They are very absorbent and are often used for heavy incontinence, nighttime wetting, and those who need help getting to the bathroom.

Booster Pads

A booster pad for incontinence can be worn inside another absorbent product, thus adding absorbency and extending the wear time. The design allows the booster pad to fill to capacity before any fluid can reach the wearer’s brief or underwear.