Urinary incontinence affects men and women of all ages: we have collected some of their testimonies to tell you how they deal with it and manage it in everyday life.
About 7% of the population is incontinent. Commonly, this disorder is associated with old age, but sector surveys reveal that almost half of the incontinent people are between the ages of 18 and 54.
It is clear that these are people who are very different from each other, both for physical conditions and for lifestyles, as well as for the extent of the specific disorder.
All this generates very varied needs and expectations concerning how an absorbent aid can allow an optimal management of this criticality: today, thanks to innovative technologies and specially designed aids, the impact of incontinence on your life and that of your loved ones can be drastically reduced.
Urinary incontinence is not just a medical problem. It can influence emotional, psychological and social life. Many people who suffer from urinary incontinence are afraid of carrying out normal daily activities.
Discover the many faces of incontinence: through the stories of those who experience it, you can discover practical tips to manage it more easily, without ever giving up your well-being and, above all, feeling comfortable in any situation.