Effective management of male urinary incontinence should provide patients with a sense of comfort and security.
Traditional methods of managing urinary incontinence such as sheaths are not suitable for every individual, can cause painful skin damage and leave some patients feeling degraded. Fortunately, there is another option, BioDerm.
What is BioDerm?
BioDerm is suitable for all men both circumcised and uncircumcised. However, to use BioDerm you must be able to gently pull back the foreskin (if present). If the foreskin doesn’t move then BioDerm is not the right product for you.
Order codes on NHS Prescription
|Product Name||Order Code||Qty|
|BioDerm XLS, Oval, One size fits all||2026/10||10|
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Risk factors can include:
BioDerm is made from a hydrocolloid material which is skin-friendly and sticks well with the warmth of your skin. When you first start using BioDerm if your skin is very damp you may need to replace BioDerm more often. This is because the hydrocolloid has absorbed the excess moisture. If this happens you must put another BioDerm immediately back on and be committed to this adaptation phase while the hydrocolloid returns the skin back to its natural balance. This phase normally takes 24-72 hours after the first application depending on the condition of the skin.