It’s more common than you think

Don’t Let Incontinence Change Your Life

It’s more common

than you think

Don’t Let Incontinence Change Your Life


How does incontinence
affect you?

Studies show incontinence plays a huge role in negatively affecting your lifestyle, not only physically, but in all areas of your life.

Start today.

Call your doctor.

You may be able to manage or even eliminate your incontinence with the proper diagnosis. If a diagnosis of incontinence has been made, many insurances will cover the cost of supplies.

What your doctor needs to know:

The more open you are about your symptoms, the better. Describe what situations seem to bring it on and what you’ve done to try to make it better. If leakage is a problem, keep track of how much you leak and what you were doing when it happened. Share this information with your doctor.

Questions to ask

What is my diagnosis?
What treatment do you recommend?
How successful are the different treatments?
Are there side effects to the treatments?
What happens if I do nothing?

Last step

If you receive a diagnosis of incontinence, ask your doctor for a prescription and call Enos Home Medical. Once you contact us, our specialists will get to work on filling your needs. No waiting for reimbursement from your insurance company, we handle that. Enos will get your products to your doorstep at no cost to you!

We’ll worry about the billing, you worry about getting better.

Having the right protection is as easy as 1, 2, 3.

1. Pick the Product

Choose the most appropriate product, based on level of mobility and level of fluid output.

2. Select the Size.
Selecting the right size is critical for containment.

Bladder Control Pads and Liner Sizing
One size fits all.

Briefs, Protective Underwear and Knit Pant Sizing
For briefs, underwear and pant measure the hips or waist
(select the larger of the two) as follows:

Measure the largest area from hip bone to hip bone
and over the abdomen (see illustration)
Example: Hip bone to hip bone = 19″ (48.3 cm)

Double the measurement in Step 1 and add two inches
Example: 19″ (48.3 cm) x 2 = 38″ (96.5 cm) + 2″ (5 cm) = 40″ (102 cm)

Using this number, select the product size from the chart below
Example: 40″ (102 cm) = medium or regular brief

3. Apply Appropriately
Applying products properly helps ensure the best performance.

Applying Briefs

1. Unfold the brief and open up the side panels. Hold the front and back ends and gently tug in a snapping motion to activate the leak guards.*

2. Fold the brief in half. Hold it on both ends (not on the side panels), and slide it up high between the legs, from the front to the back.

3. Spread open the back and front of the brief to cover the person properly. Align the wetness indicator with the spine for a better fit.

4. Peel the top skin-safe closures, one at a time, and attach to the front with a slight downward angle. Push down on each closure for a secure fit. Proceed to peel the bottom closures, one at a time, and attach in an upward angle.

Brief Size Selection
SMALL = 20″–32″ (51–81 cm)
MEDIUM = 32″–42″ (81–107 cm)
REGULAR = 40″–50″ (102–127cm)
LARGE = 48″–58″ (122–147 cm)
X-LARGE = 57″–66″ (150–168 cm)
XX-LARGE = 60″–69″ (152–175 cm)
BARIATRIC = 65″–90″ (165–229 cm)

Protective Underwear Size Selection
SMALL = 20″–28″ (51–71 cm)
MEDIUM = 28″–40″ (71–102 cm)
REGULAR = 40″–56″ (102–142 cm)
LARGE = 56″–68″ (142–173 cm)
X-LARGE = 68″–80″ (173–203 cm)

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