Trusted

Attends Discreet Women's Maximum Pads

Pack Count
Product Code
ADPMAX
Secure protection for light to moderate bladder leaks. The discreet look and feel of the Attends Discreet products will keep you comfortable and confident throughout the day.
Severity:
Where to buy
Not what youʼre looking for? Product Finder

Attends Discreet Maximum bladder control pads are designed to keep active users dry and comfortable without the need for protective underwear. Discreet's Odor Shield works to conceal odors for confidence and dignity. This premium product includes our soft, cloth-like fabric that keeps you comfortable and helps promote skin health. Wrapped in a cloth-like, discreet wrapper for discretion, great while you're out and about.
  • Advanced Derma Dry Technology
  • Triple leakage protection
  • Odor Shield for confidence and dignity
  • Adhesive back strip for secure and comfortable placement
  • Individially wrapped in a cloth-like outer wrapper for discretion

Attends Discreet Women's Maximum Pads

Urinary Incontinence in Adults: What You Need to Know
Urinary Incontinence in Adults: What You Need to Know

Urinary incontinence is the loss of control over your bladder, and this condition affects adults more often as they age. There are multiple causes that may contribute to this condition, and the symptoms vary from mild to severe depending on the individual. Talk to your doctor if you believe you are experiencing urinary incontinence and they can recommend the appropriate treatments.

 

What to Consider When Choosing the Right Incontinence Product for You or Your Loved One
What to Consider When Choosing the Right Incontinence Product for You or Your Loved One

The right disposable product can help adults suffering from incontinence maintain an active, healthy lifestyle. Whether you’re looking for the perfect brand for yourself – or you’re a caregiver helping a patient or loved one – the tips below will help you find what you need.

Signs & Symptoms of Incontinence and How to Talk about it
Signs & Symptoms of Incontinence and How to Talk about it

Incontinence is a common condition affecting approximately 13 million Americans (possibly more because many of those living with it may feel shame, embarrassment or anxiety, and do not feel comfortable discussing the topic). It is estimated that the 70% of people with incontinence don’t seek help for their problem. Needing help and being vulnerable is something that is hard to accept for many people, especially those who have played the role of caregiver throughout their lifetime, making it even more difficult to accept care for themselves.

Posted in: For Men, For Women
Read the full article