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Posted by Mon, Jun 13 2016 10:11:58on
It’s become common practice for caregivers and consumers alike to try double diapering, or layering incontinence products, if they are concerned that the adult diaper they are using isn’t absorbing enough fluid. When leaking occurs, there is a misconception that a second brief or pullup placed over the top of the first one will add absorption and stop leaking. However, each of these products contain a moisture barrier, so they don’t work together. When leaking occurs it is important to identify the cause. Improper size and product choice are the leading reasons for leaking.
What does the right adult diaper fit have to do with it?
When leaking occurs, it is common for individuals to try a larger size of adult diaper to increase the absorption capacity. Whiel you might gain a few more ounces in absorption, the larger size will create more problems with leading because of the improper fit. Moving up in size increases not only the waist and hip measurement, but also the leg openings. Leg openings that are too big will create gaps where fluid can escape. Properly fitting adult diapers should have snug leg openings and the tape tabs should secure to the abdomen half way between the hip and belly button.
How can I resolve this issue?
Measure the largest part of the body that falls between the waist and hip. This is the measurement needed to make sure you are in the proper size.
If sizing is correct and leaking is still occurring, additional absorption can be added by using TopLiner™ Booster Pads or TopLiner™ Booster Contours. These specially designed flow-through incontinence products are made to be placed inside briefs and pull ups. They will increase the absorption of the diaper they are placed in.
If you are not sure what size is best or still have problems, call Tranquility Customer Care center at 1-800-467-3224 ext. 7 or request a sample.
Super-Absorbent Polymer, otherwise referred to as SAP, are small beads when dry that turn into a gel when liquid is absorbed.
No, booster pads and liners are made differently. Booster pads do not contain any moisture barrier where a liner does. A moisture barrier will prevent any fluid from passing through the product. A booster pad has a flow-through design that allows the pad to fill to capacity first and then pass additional fluid to the host (primary) garment. Booster pads are placed inside any disposable undergarment with a moisture proof backing. Liners are worn in regular underwear.
In many states our products can be covered. Each state is different in the products they provide. Please call us at 1-800-467-3224 ext. 7 and we can assist you with your specific state.
Please set aside two unused samples and call Tranquility Care Center at 1-800-467-3224 ext. 7. The Care Center team would be happy to assist you in determining what the problem is and working towards a resolution.