About 1 in 5 people has some form of incontinence, usually urinary. Women are twice as likely to be affected as men.
30% of 4 year olds are bedwetting and by the age of 6 about 10% are still bedwetting.
Protectors or pads for beds and chairs, including wheel chairs and car seats, have a waterproof backing to protect the bed or seat. They can be used alone or in addition to pads and pants. These protectors can be disposable or reusable and are designed to draw the urine away from the body. They are often used at night to help with a good night’s sleep undisturbed by a wet bed. These pads are not designed for faecal incontinence so a pad should always be worn as well where faecal incontinence may occur.
Consumers may be eligle for the Continence Aids Payment Scheme
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