URINE (DRIPPING) PREVENT BAND

eemedicalsupplies

£6.25 
SKU: UCB6001

To Prevent the Urine Drip Involuntary by Pressing to the Urethra.

Practical:
Easy and practical to use. Special pressure unit at the bottom of the band enables the user easiness. Elastic wrap band enables extra pressure on to the urethra. Connection ribbons attached to the sides enables to fix to the body safely. Fits all size of a body with its elastic structure.

Comfort:
Skin touch surface is made of air permeable structured antibacterial material.

Safe to use:
Does not hinder the blood circulation. Does not cause any allergy and irritation. Gamma sterilised.

 

Warnings : Do not use during sleep.


What is Male Urinary Incontinence (MUI) Problem

Male Urinary Incontinence is a medical condition that affects millions of men from all around the world. Some experience partial loss of bladder control, while others may have continuous bladder leakage. Men may experience Urinary Incontinence as a result of prostate problems, or could experience nerve damage that leads to Urinary Incontinence.



Causes of MUI (Male Urinary Incontinence)

Stress incontinence can occur when the prostate is removed. If there has been damage to the nerves or to the sphincter, the urethra won’t close enough to keep urine from leaking.
Urge incontinence is caused by bladder muscles that are too strong or that squeeze at the wrong time, pushing urine out past the sphincter. This often leads to a strong urge to urinate. Urge incontinence can be the result of long-standing blockage of the bladder, neurologic conditions or idiopathic (unknown) reasons.
Overflow incontinence is usually caused by blockage of the urethra, making it difficult for the bladder to empty completely. Over time, the bladder gets so full that pressure builds up and forces urine out past the sphincter. The blockage is usually the result of an enlarged prostate, but this can also happen because of weak bladder muscles.


Normal Options for Men With MUI (Male Urinary Incontinence)

A urostomy pouch (or urine bag) is worn under the clothes and acts as a type of reservoir. Pads or diapers are also worn under the clothes and absorb the liquid as it escapes.

Both of these options are less than satisfactory if you plan on leading an active and healthy lifestyle.



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