Prevail Male Guards
by First Quality
The Prevail Male Guard incontinence pad can be worn by both men and women and features a cup like shape with a full adhesive strip for moderate incontinence.
The pad is vaguely triangular shaped with most of the padding towards the front, and little between the legs, so men may be more comfortable.
Some women prefer this style even though they are called Male guards.
Comes with the Prevail Target Acquisition Zone and the Blue Stay-Dry Strip that quickly wicks and locks liquid away.
Sold in cases of 126 individually wrapped pads.
Each male guard is 13" long.
Item: FQPPV811 Case of 126.
I had RPP 1 month ago. If not for these I would be depressed. Best on the market.
This product has better absorbency than my other favorite, the Tena Guard. It works great for sitting long periods in meetings, driving in a car, or watching TV. The cup shape at the bottom helps prevent leaks. The Tena Guard does not have this cup shape and will leak sooner. However, the Tena Guard is wider at the top and works better for activities, like going to the gym, sleeping, or working in the yard. The Prevail and Tena Guards are both great products.
Husband had prostate Turp procedure 3 months of incontinence. This was by far the best product and the best prices.
I've been using this product daily for months after a prostate removal. They hold a lot, seem to control odor, and I've got the routine down to change them quickly -- less than two minutes. They create a lot of volume to send to the trash man, and you can't flush them, but that is a small cost for the convenience. I use about one pad every 2 hours and 15 minutes; I probably would be more comfortable if I changed them every two hours -- but I'm totally incontinent.