Depend® Protection with Tabs
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Absorbent garment with adjustable side tabs for discreet, open changing.
Six EasyGrip™ tabsadjust for a snug, comfortable custom fit.
Wetness indicator linedisappears when brief requires removing.
Maximum absorbency traps and locks in odor.
Style - Easy-to-change garment
The very best!
I'm 35 years old dealing with incontinence.. I had been able to manage over the years wearing pull up underwear but due to declining health I needed to switch to a diaper. Anyone dealing with this especially someone still young knows that it can be very difficult to face. Thanks to Depends though I'm literally able to live freely. Discrete, quiet, absorbent, and comfortable are what comes to mind when I use these. Diapers can be very awkward but these allow me to move around like I'm wearing underwear but with the coverage of a brief. Thanks!
Posted By:
September 16, 2017
Glad their back
I have been using your products since they were green, and gave up using them past year when you changed them. Today i was in a pharmacy and they did not have my new brand. ( I usually order online but am away from home,) saw they had the three tab style and thought they were old stock. I purchased them and decided to check out i am glad i did. They are back to my number one choice. Thanks for listening to your customers.
Posted By:
September 08, 2017
Different uses
I had a csection snd the hospital gives you underwear similar to this so I bought my own and the tabs are a breeze on the sides and comfortable.
Posted By:
September 07, 2017
No more leaks thanks to the plastic backing
I'm so happy that Depend brought back the plastic-backed Protection With Tabs. The cloth covered ones never really worked out for me and would occasionally leak. Now that I've been able to go back to the plastic backed depends I no longer worry about leaks and the 3 tab design keeps them secure at night. Thank you Depend for bringing them back.
Posted By:
September 05, 2017
love Depends protection with Tab's!
I love the depend protection with tabs. The fit is comfortable and the worry of leaks no longer exists for me. I am a nurse and sometimes it gets hectic. Not always able to make that run to the bathroom in some situations. No more worries about coughing sneezing or laughing too hard. It keeps me dry and protects my clothes.
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August 31, 2017
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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