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Hi everyone! I’m new to the group - a little about me and then my question.\n\nProstate issues caused my incon about 6 months ago. I spent several months using condom caths and decided it wasn’t for me. Now I’m going with absorbents. I’m using tranquility pull-ups with a tena pad usually replacing the pad 3 times during my office shift. This combo is easy to conceal but does leave me with leaks now and then and like the rest of you... I hate that. While I don’t know this for sure I think my leaks are a result of my junk. I’m (GENDER ALERT – females don’t read the rest of this sentence) a grower not a shower with a large sack. I’m thinking the urine goes sideways instead of down and that’s what’s causing my leaks. I want to go with briefs during the day (already use them at night but too bulky for work) but need a brand that will conceal meaning no puckering in the lower rear area.\n\nSo…I’m looking for any input on which brand is thin yet still somewhat absorbent. I already tried molicare briefs but the absorbent material seems to clump after a few hours and I’m not so sure they are “invisible”. I am sure of one thing, briefs do catch the sideways drain!! \n\nNow for a little pay back. I have read just about all of the men's and women's topics. My 2 cents. Tighty whities work very well as a cover for pull-ups. The fixing pant with briefs is a fantastic combo.\n\nThanks for your input...

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