I really like the Depends Silhouette Briefs. They feel more like underwear and give my the confidence that I will not leak. The only problem is the price and how many are in the box. When you only get 10 in a box of the XLG, for close to $13.00 that is expensive for someone on a budget. I just purchased your value pack of flex briefs with 15 in the box on sale for $11.99. because I needed a little more affordable pack. This is my first time wearing them and I am very disappointed in this purchase. Can you please make a box of 15 or higher of the Silhouette's at a price point that is more affordable? PLEASE! I am embarrassed enough that I have to buy this product at my age, let alone having to go back every week to buy them. Thank you for your understanding.
Are you unhappy with the revamped new Silhouette? I am. The new beige product is thinner and no longer able to hold enough urine to get me to the toilet. MY experience with the old peach colored Silhouette was positive. It fit well, held urine and did not leak through the seat of my pants. I felt so confident and happy that I had them to help me. Depend has rebated me $70.00 for apology purposes, but I valued the well fitting old style and am so disappointed, How about you?
Ok getting used to my new life in wheelchair has been hard frustrating and a lot of years have been shed I have a caregiver during the day who helps me, out a lot I found I had to buy a washing machine that loads in the front since I can not reach the top of my old one well I could but I could not reach the controls or get the clothes out but I am still new to a wheelchair I was already incontinent anyone else here who is also confined to wheelchair how do you deal with daily challenges any tips or tricks you have learned I don't need any advice about incontinence I can change myself it just takes longer then it used to and my caregivers are usually doing it during the day GOD Bless caregivers Trish
My mother-in-law has light dementia and occasionally has fecal incontinence. What would be a good product for her?
What underware product works best? Can someone Recomend a overnight or heavy pad please.
My post went out under my Husband's name, because he is the one who started the accountJane Goodwin
I live in Florida and it is very humid. When I walk the front part comes unglued from the panty part and sticks to me. Very uncomfortable.
What are your main challenges and how you overcome them?
I want to know which pads would be best for my incontinence problems. I've tried other companies before but I felt some discomfort and they were too bulky. Suggestions?
DEPENDS RECENTLY CHANGED THEIR "PROTECTION WITH TABS" FROM 3 TABS TO 2 TABS.THEY ALSO CHANGED THE DESIGN FROM AN OUTSIDE PLASTIC/VINYL COVER TO PAPER.THE NEW PRODUCT DOES NOT STAY I PLACE AND TENDS TO MOVE DOWN.IT ALSO DOES NOT HAVE A PLACTIC/VINYL COVER AS THE OLD ONE DID - WHILE THE NEWER ONE SEEMS VERY ABSORBENT - THE QUALITY OF CONSTRUCTION IS POOR.THE NEWER MODEL TABS HAVE A TENDENCY TO JUST RIP AWAY AND PULL OFF FROM THE DIAPER MAKING IT USELESS. - YESTERDAY ALONE WE DISCARDED 4 DIAPER FROM ONE PACKAGE BECAUSE THE TABS RIPPED AWAY - ON THE PERSON'S RIGHT SIDE, NOT THE LEFT. SO THEY APPARENTLY HAVE A QUALITY ISSUE AS WELL.OTHERS HAVE SIMILAR ISSUES?
Ten years ago, my first experience with incontinence happened at the office. I had squatted down to put an item in the employee refrigerator and suddenly I was leaking. I stood up and could not stop the flow. I ran down the hall to the restroom and could not stop the flow. I ran into a stall, sat down and emptied my bladder, but by then my pants were soaked down to my knees. I managed to mop up some of the moisture with paper towels, then made it to my desk without being seen, put on my coat and grabbed my purse. I drove home all the while thinking, "What just happened??". At home, I told my husband, "I just had a most disturbing experience!" and told him the story. I then changed and headed back to the office. After that I began having anxiety attacks at grocery stores and during staff meetings. A few months later I learned that my incontinence was due to pelvic organ prolapse. Non-surgical intervention and treatment has improved the situation, but alleviating the anxiety of incontinence by using Depend has been the biggest improvement to my overall quality of life. Thank you Depend on being there for those of us who suffer with pelvic organ prolapse!
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