Depend® Guards for Men
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Discreet and comfortable protection for larger surges that fits inside your own underwear.
Cup-like shapeprovides a close to body fit without the bulk.
Strong adhesivelocks product in place in your underwear.
Comfort-Flex® Leak Barriers provide protection while active.
Worry-free odor control traps and locks in odor.
Depend® Guards for Men are individually wrapped in a discreet-to-carry, Pocket-sized package.
Style - Worn in your underwear
Works great
5/5
It helps when I'm unloading freight. Picking up heavy products , I tend to surge a lot. " Prostate cancer survivor ". The only thing I have a problem with is sometimes the sides rub on the inside of my upper thighs. I have found that you can smell the surge in them when you remove them. No one has said they can smell them during the day.
Posted By:
MAL1958
On:
September 15, 2017
Great Pads
5/5
I recently got the sample pack of Shields & Guards ... I have tried one of each & found they have a good fit and function well. However the Guards absorb a lot of liquid but they're bulky ... the Shield is the most comfortable pad I've ever worn it works great for low leakage times. For me the Ultimate Male Pad design would b one that is half way between the Guard & the Shield. When Depend put my Ultimate design on the market I will be a regular customer.
Posted By:
Herbie13
On:
August 10, 2017
Fantastic fit
5/5
I have been wearing Depends Guards for about a year now, after I found the right placement in my underwear I hardly know that I'm wearing them. I feel confident that I will not have wet underwear from sudden urge leakage
Posted By:
CurvyShopper
On:
July 08, 2017
Wow
5/5
These new more flexible guards are so much more comfortable. They are less bulky. Make me not want to finish the old ones.
Posted By:
Kgoodie
On:
April 22, 2017
Comfortable and Secure
5/5
I've only been using this product a short while but find that I have had no problems with leakage. The product is wide and long enough to contain any small spurts. It is also relatively comfortable. The only change I would like to see would be to have the adhesive strip extend to the top of the guard. This would prevent it from folding over and make it easier to get everything back in place after using a urinal.
Posted By:
Joe1871
On:
April 15, 2017
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Tips To Depend On

Tips to Depend On

  • Peel off some pounds Extra pounds mean excess pressure on your bladder. With a weight loss of just
    5–10%, you can prevent this…and help control
    urinary leakage.
  • Keep on with the Kegels Do 3-4 sets of these pelvic floor muscle exercises every day, and you can strengthen the muscles that help control urination.
  • Daily dose of water Depend tips
    Daily dose of water

    Daily dose of water

    Drinking less makes urine more concentrated, and may irritate the lining of the urethra and bladder. Keep your bladder healthy with at least 50-oz of water a day.
  • Discuss with your doc Urine leakage can be caused by many factors, and may be improved or cured with the right diagnosis. Consult your doctor or a specialist to discuss your situation.
  • Log your leaks By keeping a bathroom journal and recording fluid intake, bathroom trips and leaks ‒ you’ll discover patterns to share with your doctor.
  • Minimize that odor While you can’t prevent urine odor, you can curb it by drinking more water, taking urine-deodorizing tablets, like vitamin C; or drinking non-citrus juices.
  • Pay attention to your diet Caffeine, alcohol, acidic foods, chocolate, artificial sweeteners, carbonated drinks and spices can irritate your bladder. If any of these trigger your leakage, remove them from your diet.
  • Learn even more Get even more tips for managing urinary incontinence with articles, FAQs or one of our discussion boards at Depend.com.