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Unfortunately, my guy downstairs like to dribble after using the bathroom. The doc said I have nothing wrong and of course gives me the cliche steps to help it from not dribbling and they do not work. I'm deciding on purchasing some sanitizing pads for men. Does anyone have some good recommendations?
 
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Any of the "liners" anatomically shaped pads for men ought to suit you well but I'd consider looking into "absorbent underwear" from Carer and others as these are exactly that...standard issue underwear with absorbent padding up front. they come in the std brief style or boxer style and LOOK EXACTLY LIKE UNDERWEAR.
I actually am one of the guys who did a lot of R&D (testing) of Carer's underwear and these may be exactly what you need. These are not very inexpensive but when you factor in they'll last years the cost per use drops to pennies. Any questions send me a PM and I can put you in touch with a company rep who might be able to hook you up with a discount or something. I can't promise that, but it costs nothing to try.
 
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Any size 6 or 7 disposable worn as a pad will work just fine, and will hold up for many hours. If you leak a few drops at a time with a total of less than a couple ounces, the capacity will be fully sufficient for your needs. Male guards are uncomfortable and don't cover enough area.
 
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loadedpamperman said:
Any of the "liners" anatomically shaped pads for men ought to suit you well but I'd consider looking into "absorbent underwear" from Carer and others as these are exactly that...standard issue underwear with absorbent padding up front. they come in the std brief style or boxer style and LOOK EXACTLY LIKE UNDERWEAR.
I actually am one of the guys who did a lot of R&D (testing) of Carer's underwear and these may be exactly what you need. These are not very inexpensive but when you factor in they'll last years the cost per use drops to pennies. Any questions send me a PM and I can put you in touch with a company rep who might be able to hook you up with a discount or something. I can't promise that, but it costs nothing to try.
Sure, why not! I'll send ya a message.
 
Honeywell6180 said:
Any size 6 or 7 disposable worn as a pad will work just fine, and will hold up for many hours. If you leak a few drops at a time with a total of less than a couple ounces, the capacity will be fully sufficient for your needs. Male guards are uncomfortable and don't cover enough area.
I love me a good Jimmy Rig haha but I definitely want to make sure they are a proper fit.
 
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You might try Tiger Underwear “Trainer Briefs”. They look like regular briefs but have four layers of fabric from the front, down through the crotch and all the way up the seat. There is a “faux fly”…looks like a fly but it doesn’t open. They can easily handle dribbles, but much more than that and it will soak through. I wear these when I need to give my skin a break from my diapers for a few hours each day. I usually will end up wetting my pants but can go longer before I need to change.
 
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schooner said:
You might try Tiger Underwear “Trainer Briefs”. They look like regular briefs but have four layers of fabric from the front, down through the crotch and all the way up the seat. There is a “faux fly”…looks like a fly but it doesn’t open. They can easily handle dribbles, but much more than that and it will soak through. I wear these when I need to give my skin a break from my diapers for a few hours each day. I usually will end up wetting my pants but can go longer before I need to change.
These look fun haha but I'm more into wearing boxers... so far, Carer has what I want. Going to try them out, thanks tho!
 
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puddlefeet said:
Unfortunately, my guy downstairs like to dribble after using the bathroom. The doc said I have nothing wrong and of course gives me the cliche steps to help it from not dribbling and they do not work. I'm deciding on purchasing some sanitizing pads for men. Does anyone have some good recommendations?
Do you have Urge IC? I have this. I also have something called "incomplete voiding" or "urinary retention" according to what I was told. I can urinate in a toilet or urinal and then realize a few minutes later that I'm wet 'down there' especially if I'm walking around. Apparently my bladder doesn't always fully empty when I urinate but apparently the muscles also don't fully close so liquid left in the bladder just leaks out. Its not a problem if you wear pullups. Ive also tried pads but dont find them as effective.
 
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I slightly go in my pull ups too. I use the restroom at work no problem but my pull up get a little wet from dribbles
 
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mikesecret said:
Do you have Urge IC? I have this. I also have something called "incomplete voiding" or "urinary retention" according to what I was told. I can urinate in a toilet or urinal and then realize a few minutes later that I'm wet 'down there' especially if I'm walking around. Apparently my bladder doesn't always fully empty when I urinate but apparently the muscles also don't fully close so liquid left in the bladder just leaks out. Its not a problem if you wear pullups. Ive also tried pads but dont find them as effective.
Urinary retention might be it, then... but to be honest, based on a quick search on symptoms, I only have
  • Difficulty fully emptying the bladder
  • I only wake up once to urinate, but it's pretty much every night
    • Nocturia (waking up more than two times at night to urinat
  • I guess this, too... but id have to pay more attention to make sure
    • Loss of small amounts of urine during the day
Symptoms of urinary retention may include:

  • Difficulty starting to urinate
  • Difficulty fully emptying the bladder
  • Weak dribble or stream of urine
  • Loss of small amounts of urine during the day
  • Inability to feel when bladder is full
  • Increased abdominal pressure
  • Lack of urge to urinate
  • Strained efforts to push urine out of the bladder
  • Frequent urination
  • Nocturia (waking up more than two times at night to urinate)
 
Dribble is pretty common for men. My doctor has check my prostate and did the blood screen and it came back fine too. Like you said @puddlefeet, all the cliche steps taken but still happens sometimes. I just use my wife’s thin Always pads if I’m going out socially. She buys the long blue ones for similar reasons so I guess we share. Even a quarter ounce can leave a wet patch the size of a lemon. She knows it’s not DL related for me just co incidental.
 
Subtlerustle said:
Dribble is pretty common for men. My doctor has check my prostate and did the blood screen and it came back fine too. Like you said @puddlefeet, all the cliche steps taken but still happens sometimes. I just use my wife’s thin Always pads if I’m going out socially. She buys the long blue ones for similar reasons so I guess we share. Even a quarter ounce can leave a wet patch the size of a lemon. She knows it’s not DL related for me just co incidental.
The troubles of being male lol
 
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I’ve been wearing Tena Mens guard daily for some time now. The “super” or level 3 they call it surprisingly hold a lot. I usually wear the level 2 or “maximum” I think they call it as they are slightly less bulky and hold my dribbles. If I’m going to be in it longer without a change or maybe out for drinks I wear the maximum.
If you just dribble or small squirt lol, after urinating these may work for you as this is one of my issues and they work great. Wear for fitting boxer briefs or similar to help hold them in proper place.
 
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Honeywell6180 said:
Any size 6 or 7 disposable worn as a pad will work just fine, and will hold up for many hours. If you leak a few drops at a time with a total of less than a couple ounces, the capacity will be fully sufficient for your needs. Male guards are uncomfortable and don't cover enough area.
Size 7's (currently Walmart brand) are what I use for my situation in the daytime and they work great for me. Not particularly noticeable under my pants either.
 
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I use the Tena Men's Guards for dribbles. Very comfy and they work great for my needs. Levels 2 and 3 absorb a bunch.
 
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I used to use the tena guards for dribbles, then started to use tena pants and now I use tena nappies. This seady decline has taken about 10 years.
 
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nappyman60 said:
I used to use the tena guards for dribbles, then started to use tena pants and now I use tena nappies. This seady decline has taken about 10 years.
Seriously, look into reusable underwear. I recommend Carer. Sure, a single pair costs what you spend for a month (in that area, I ASSUME) but will last decades with proper care and look IDENTICAL to underwear because that's exactly what they are...just have absorbent layers sewn in that absorb leaks and keep your pants dry as a bone. Another guy here just bought a bunch of those underwear. I use them in the summer when I insist on wearing the lightest, shortest shorts available (think 80s-early 90s shorts before they all became knee length and USELESS) and trust me, no one will ever know they're not plain jane underwear although due to potential stain issues I opted for all Navy colored ones and I have 3 pair. Once you have enough pairs on hand to wear continually while others are waiting to be washed the cost will drop to pennies per usage. Sincerely a strong recommendation, or at least something to look into.
 
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puddlefeet said:
Unfortunately, my guy downstairs like to dribble after using the bathroom. The doc said I have nothing wrong and of course gives me the cliche steps to help it from not dribbling and they do not work. I'm deciding on purchasing some sanitizing pads for men. Does anyone have some good recommendations?
Mine only dribbles on the way to the bathroom.
 
littledub1955 said:
Mine only dribbles on the way to the bathroom.
They're actually having a very significant sale right now so I'd act quickly. I STILL HIGHLY recommend calling and speaking to their representative so you don't wind up with the wrong product(s) to best suit YOUR needs!


HIGHLIGHT the link below and click on go to.....



Carer absorbent underwear (boxers or brief styles, numerous colors) are the PEFECT solution for you and though not cheap initially break down to pennies/day in short order. So long as you follow washing instructions these are made with top tier quality materials and ought to last YEARS upon AERS, I've had several others on ADISC and Fetlife as well as numerous disabled veteran support groups and everyone who has purchased thesis THRILLED wih the! 1st of ALL THEY'RE LITERALLY UNDERWEAR, SO THERE'S no chance f a waistband peeking, instantly allowing anyone who sees these will only think "underwear|" as that's exactly what you want while till having DRY pants. They also come in multiple absorbency levels to suit range of needs and trust ne, their most absorbent ones give NOTHING away that they are absorbent.

I apologize for the typos and shit...I am feeling REALLY bad abd if this stays this way I'll be going to the VA Er AGAIB which will make it 4 trips over the past 10 days. I need to be admitted but the VA dr's I see STILL have not called or spoken to my NON VA Primary as he handled my being hospitalized without question,. an IV started, IV dilaudid begun and then every 2 hours until we can break tis particular flare. My NON VA Pcp tried calling them several times but they were never "in" or available when he called They'll also run/rerun countless tests to ensure nothing serious is going on. I've had viral meningitis 5 or 6 episodes since 2014 of this alone. I also have a substantial fever again (103.3) so something is going on....problem I keep having is that without standing orders in the VA ER they give me an IV then send me home, only to be fucked the next 3-=4 through 30+ days p[er cycle. A simple phone call would fix this in an instant, my NON VA PCP has tried to call these people countless times to date without success

Only favor I ask is that IF you call CARER PLEASE tell them KIRK recommended you to them. I appreciate you doing so. I also HIGLY recommend physically calling them and speaking on the phone so they can do their best providing you either the product(s) that best suit your physical needs. You're also more likely to get at least a small break price wise, which grows the more you buy.. I get nothing for this aside from feeling good about paying them back little by little as I was part of the R&D/product testing on these and was given several pair which is what I'll wear out & about when it warms up/is HOT out and I wear nothing but short shots and a lightweight tank top type shirt. I have all 4 pair of mine in the NAVY color as they're dark, look great and will never show stains as the product ages, especially being I wouldn't use bleach on these unless 100% necessary. I also line dry mine to help extend the life span indefinitely! These are only my suggestion, but I have reusable products that are well over a dozen years old that are still in near new condition and work as well or better than they did when new. One last point of interest...wash these 1-2x before using as these will be slow to absorb (not an issue for really "light" wetting issues) but as they're used/washed they absorb quicker and actually gain absorbency, or at least this has been my experience with all reusable (cloth) incontinence products.

I don't know I'll be available tomorrow yet as I' waiting for a ride to the ER. I can't take it right now.

PLEASE don't forget to tell them KIRK recommended Carer to you! Thank you very much.
Kirk
 
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Simply left click to highlight the entire link and then click on "go to" webpage. It will take you there directly. DEFINITELY worth a minute of your time! My ONLY ask is that should you call (or contact) Carer to PLEASE let them know that KIRK highly recommended them to you. I get nothing from this outside of my way of saying thank you to them for several free pairs of their absorbent underwear as I was part of their R & D as well as a product tester for a couple of months! I truly appreciate you taking the 5 seconds to do so. I ALSO HIGHLY ECOMMND you call Carer Vs ordering online as they can tell you what best suits your needs within their product line.


Hey, they're having a sale so if you have mostly small, light accidents/leaks or the dreaded "dribbling" and want to try a product that will literally make you life far easier without wearing a pad that will move around and maybe leak when active or even a diaper. I have to wear tape on diapers the majority of the time due to the severity of my issues but when a diapers' waistband "peeks" out, there's little question I'm wearing diapers, which is why I have 8 or 9 short sleeve plain jane T-shirt type onesies as the waistband ALWAYS peeks eventually and adult onesies prevent any "advertisements" as all anyone will see if the back of my onesie, which is a t shit. The fact that it has additional material that wraps around your crotch and snaps up in front....which is no one else's business' anyway!

With these absorbent underwear from CARER that problem is eliminated fully as all anyone would be able to see is a pair of standard issue underwear and again, the fact it has several different levels of absorbency is once again no one else's business but your own, unless you have a wife or S/O PLUS any PHYSICIANS you see who are aware of your issues. Last point..l..IF you have ANY of these incontinence issues, you MUST bring this up to your primary Dr so they can ensure there's nothing more serious than the occasional to continual leakage issues. I just learned 2 days ago a good friend of mine had been having urinary issues for years but out of sheer embarrassment NVER spoke to ANYONE about this, including his Dr's. He know has stage 4 Metastatic Prostate cancer and is for the fight of his life. He's only 53 years old! This could had been very easily treated had he swallowed his pride and mentioned the issues he was having and were worsening rapidly the last 12 months but now he's in a literal fight for his life! Damn shame too as he's genuinely one of the nicest, most fair person I've had the pleasure to get to know since we were young teens!

Happy hunting. I can say with a very high degree of confidence that wearing these has ZERO resemblance to wearing a pad. pull-up "underwear" or even a tabbed brief/diaper if that's what you're using right now, these will pay for themselves in days to weeks, depending on how frequently you HAVE to change!

I was in one of my best friend's weddings in September and throughout the 5 days I was down his house helping him & his wife get everything done as they had to self decorate the hall and everything HAD TO BE REMOVED by 11:00 PM or else pay for another full days' rental of $5500!!! Due to the fact I have severe, massive urge issues on top of continual slight leaks and "dribbling" I also wore pairs (1 at a time LOL) of GaryWear Navy PUL waterproof pants for additional protection. The 1st 4 days I wore nothing but raggedy old shorts and such (I DESPISE knee length short's!!!) and then had to wear my suits for the rehearsal & dinner and a high end brand new suit the entire day of the wedding. ALL of my close personal friends are well aware of my health issues, including urinary IC issues and I had to show my best friend's sister (also a great friend, I was her "best man/Matron of honor" in her wedding and she literally grabbed my ass convinced I wasn't wearing anything until I undid my belt enough to lower my pants just enough for her to see and she was impressed as she was convinced I was "gambling" and she didn't want me to wind up with drenched suit pants during the ceremony! I had not a single leak the entire 5 day event! When people you've literally known SINCE THEY WERE BORN and virtually lived at their house can not tell you're wearing ANYTHING absorbent you KNOW you found a quality product that suits its' needs incredibly effectively without ANYONE being able to tell you are indeed wearing some from of "protection"!!!

Kirk
 
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