TENA has a wide range of products to self manage incontinence as well as specialist products if you are a carer.
What is your physical gender or the gender of the person you are caring for?
Many TENA products account for the differences in female and male anatomy for absorbency zone positioning and styling. We also have products for any gender, which will be recommended if they are suitable.
Which of these more closely describes the amount of urine leakage?
Having trouble? See FAQ: "How do I know how much I am leaking?"
Is faecal (poo) incontinence also an issue?
Is mobility, such as independently getting to or on the toilet, an issue for the person you care for?
Is dexterity, such as independently being able to change a pad or do up buttons, an issue?
Does the person you care for have sensitive skin?
Does the person you care for have dementia or other neurological condition?
When do you usually experience bladder leakage?
What are you currently using to manage incontinence?
Are you using anything to manage your incontinence?
The amount of leakage can determine what size and type of product we recommend.
What dress size do you or the person you care for usually wear?
What your waist size or the waist size of the person you care for?