When it comes to diapers, many people think it’s baby diapers. Diapers are not “for babies”. There is also a type of diaper, although it may embarrass many people, it is a “little expert” in life. In many cases, it can help us solve various small problems, especially for middle-aged and elderly people. the part that can not be lost. It’s adult diapers.
Speaking of adult diapers, many people have only a limited understanding of them, and their understanding of them only stays on the special purpose of urinary incontinence. This has also led to many people’s prejudice against it, thinking that if you wear it, it means that you have a disease, which is a shameful and unhealthy performance. In fact, this is a narrow view of our adult diapers, which can come in handy on many occasions.
First, use scenario analysis
1. Inconvenient to go to the toilet
For example, your job requires you to be on the job all the time (e.g. as a health care worker); Or a business trip that requires a long bus ride or drive and makes it difficult to find a toilet. Every important test in life must not be influenced by going in and out of the toilet.
2. Lochia during childbirth
Mother is the greatest person in the world, not only to carry the baby in October, to endure the pain of childbirth, but also to face lochia after birth. The so-called lochia refers to a mixture of residual blood, mucus, placental tissue and white blood cells in the uterus discharged through the vagina after childbirth due to shedding of the endometrium. It can only be completely discharged within four to six weeks after childbirth. If you wear adult diapers, you can absorb lochia and urine at the same time, and help protect the wound and speed recovery.
3. Moderate to severe incontinence
my country has entered a “super-aging” society. According to statistics, the number of elderly people in my country will reach 225 million in 2020. The number of the elderly is increasing day by day, and the health problems of the elderly cannot be ignored. Urinary incontinence is a relatively common urinary disease in the elderly. Due to various reasons, such as cerebrovascular accident, dementia, Alzheimer’s disease, and even in healthy elderly women, they have experienced fertility leading to uterine prolapse and urethral mucosal changes. Thinness, decreased tension, etc., as long as you sneeze or cough, it will lead to different degrees of urinary incontinence.
Post time: Jun-27-2022