There are a lot of options available. How heavy is your incontinence? Do you have any breaks in the day to change your product?
I can void quite heavy unexpectedly, I try to only cover my front ! Yes, I’ve opportunities to use changing facilities, what were you going to suggest ?
Incontinence pull up pants are discreet and feel just like normal underwear. These are much less bulky than an all in one, so I would suggest trying these.
TENA Pants Maxi are designed for very heavy incontinence.
You wear these pants instead of normal underwear, and you could wear a shaped pad alongside them if you would feel better with additional protection.
Would you be willing to try these?
The thing is how bad you are.Pull ups are ok but will not hold a lot but if you just dribble they will do the job but check lots and see how it holds up.Also think about a all in one pad and start with a thin ish one and work up if you need to.and i would say get some sort of tight fitting pants to hold want ever you will use in place so when its wet it will not sag and show.
Before going out and spend lots of money on pads try and get some sample from some where like tena or one of the big shops on line so you can se what will work or not.Are you under a inco nurse or not as there will be happy to help you sort out the best thing to wear all day at work.Hope this have been some help to you.
Thanks for your replies, I have opted for pull up pants, you’re right they don’t hold a lot so I’ve added a pad too take the volume, I also reluctantly need to put waterproof pants over them as it can come through on to my trousers if I can’t get changed in a hurry, I suppose it’s all about trial and error and seeing what one is comfortable in wearing.