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    Stress Urinary Incontinence & 'tampons'

    I'm going to assume that products like Poise Impressa and U by Kotex for bladder incontinence are going to be contraindicated with paralysis due to wounds or erosion of tissue?

    https://www.poise.com/products/impre...ail/sizing-kit

    Anyone tried these products?
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    You would probably be more successful with the use of a properly fit incontinence pessary which your urologist or OB/Gyn can help you get. https://www.everydayhealth.com/women...ontinence.aspx

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