Protection During and After Pregnancy

Many women experience bladder control problems during pregnancy. In addition, postpartum urinary incontinence is also quite common with issues lasting up to a year, and a small percentage of women are still living with symptoms after 5 years.

The bladder and pelvis muscles are weakened during childbirth, and as the uterus begins to shrink back to its normal size it will cause compressions on the bladder. Rapid changes in hormones are also a contributing factor. Simple lifestyle changes can address your bladder leakage and most women recover with the proper precautions and effective treatment. Wearing incontinence pads can help you get back to your day-to-day routine until you fully recover.

Incontinence pads are not the same as menstrual pads! Blood is thicker than urine, and it flows more slowly and in smaller volumes than urine. Conventional panty liners cannot absorb the volume of urine and have to be changed a lot more frequently.

Our range of pads will help you get through your recovery.

Step 1 Drips and Dribbles


Drips and Dribbles
Step 2 Dribbles to Light Leaks


Heavier dribbles, light leaks
Step 3 Light to Moderate Leaks


Light to Moderate Leaks


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