Male urinary incontinence is often treated using absorbent products such as adult diapers and pads. Alternative and discreet solutions such as Conveen® Male external catheters (sometimes called "condom catheters" or "urisheaths") and collecting bags (urine bags) offer an alternative to diapers or absorbent products.
Rely Medical Supply sells a range of products from Coloplast that address the needs of individuals who use male external catheters. The Coloplast website provides the following information on applying male external catheters, troubleshooting issues with male external catheters, and measuring for the right fit.
When you need to purchase male external catheters, Rely Medical Supply sells a range of options from Coloplast and other manufacturers that may meet your needs. Contact one of our Product Experts at 1-888-529-2308 for more information on our catheter and urology supplies.
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Kegel exercises can help build pelvic floor strength. The motions are designed to squeeze the muscles you would use to stop urinating or passing gas and strengthen them over time. Learn how kegels work and the right way to do a kegel exercise for results.
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