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Incontinence Underwear for Women / Women's Incontinence Pants

Find incontinence underwear for women that is not only protective and absorbent but also discreet. Important features of women's pull ups include anatomical design and a distinct feminine look. With a full selection of both disposable and reusable feminine incontinence pants, you're sure to find the product that suits your needs. Read more...

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There are different types of incontinence women can have; some conditions will necessitate maximum capacity women’s incontinence briefs, and others will only require light absorbency underwear. Below you will find the most common kinds of incontinence among women, along with the level of absorbency one with that type of incontinence should select when choosing women’s incontinence pants.

Incontinence Type Description Recommended Absorbency

Stress Incontinence

This is caused by pressure to the pelvic floor due to sneezing, coughing, physical activity, specific medical conditions, obesity or pregnancy.

Light or Moderate

Overflow Incontinence

When the bladder is unable to empty fulling, leading to frequent or constant (light) dribbling

Light or Moderate

Urge Incontinence

This is characterized by involuntary, immediate & unexpected urge to urinate.

Heavy or Maximum

Functional Incontinence

Some individuals have incontinence since they are lacking the physical skills to get to the bathroom fast enough.

Heavy or Maximum

Mixed Incontinence

Mixed incontinence is usually a combination of urge and stress incontinence, but it can be a combination of any two forms of incontinence.

Heavy or Maximum

Total Incontinence

When there is either continuous or periodic leakage which one cannot control at all.

Maximum

Bedwetting

When leakage occurs at night.

Light to Maximum (depending on individual circumstances)

Aside from the type of incontinence, you’ll also want to keep in mind how often you plan on changing. If you plan on changing more frequently, you may be able to try a less absorbent underwear, but if you don’t plan to change very often, stick to the thicker, more absorbent choices of women’s protective underwear. 

Unisex vs Women’s Incontinence Pants

If you’re a lady looking for the cheapest option, unisex is probably the way to go. If you want the best fitting underwear, choose women’s pull up diapers. Women’s incontinence pants are designed to provide extra absorbency in key areas. They often feature better overall quality as well. 

Reusable vs Disposable Incontinence Underwear

Some people swear by the reusables, and others will only wear disposable. Use the chart below to find out everything there is to know; both the pros and cons of each, and make an educated decision about which you’d like to use. 

Benefits of Incontinence Underwear

Many people will only wear incontinence underwear, for several reasons. Here are a few of the more common ones.

Feminine 

These underwear are shaped just right; they’re made to fit ladies. Some even come in pretty colors, for added style. With the many feminine-styled incontinence underwear available, there’s no reason to spend money on those bulky, shapeless incontinence products any longer. 

Discreet

Regular underwear and women's incontinence briefs look just about the same. Women’s underwear was specially designed to look as much like regular underwear as possible, to provide the wearer with discreet protection in a non-obvious way. 

Lightweight

Since their aim is to be discreet, ladies’ incontinence underwear are usually less bulky and thick than other incontinence products. They are lightweight and easy to wear.

Comfortable

Female incontinence underwear are known to be remarkably comfortable. They’re so much like regular underwear that they often feature a cloth-like outer layer, which sits comfortably on the skin for a great wearing experience. 

Functional

Women's disposable incontinence underwear are very practical; they can be disposed of immediately, and necessitate no laundering. Reusable underwear are practical too; they are many times stain resistant, and last through laundering after laundering. 

Absorbent

Waterproof underwear for women comes in multiple levels of absorbency, so that anyone can find one that provides suitable protection. Keep in mind that it is possible to increase the absorbency of most underwear by means of adding a liner or booster pad for additional protection.

Women’s diapers underwear is a dependable and practical choice for anyone searching for protective yet discreet incontinence products. They are often stain-resistant and can withstand repeated laundering. Some bladder leak panties even feature a built-in pad for extra-absorbency.

 

We carry a curated selection of the best incontinence underwear for confident women who value their privacy, and recognize quality when they see it. If this sounds like you, browse our selection of all-women’s incontinence pants now!