The prostate is a walnut-sized gland located just below a man’s bladder. Because of its proximity to the urinary system, surgery to remove the prostate or radiation treatment for cancer of the prostate can cause damage to the bladder, urethra (the tube that carries pee from your bladder through your penis) and/or sphincter (which controls the release of urine). This can result in urinary incontinence.
Many men experience an initial period of heavy bladder leakage immediately following surgery. Most will regain bladder control over time, but some experience an extended period of light-to-moderate bladder leaks.
One of our US customers was so happy to discover Confitex for Men that he contacted us and offered to appear in a series of videos endorsing our reusable incontinence underwear for men. After three and a half years of using adult pull-ups, pads and even toilet paper as protection from dribbling and leaks, he found Confitex for Men washable leakproof boxer briefs offered him a more comfortable, convenient and discreet solution than the other available options for adult male incontinence. Knowing how they had changed his life, he wanted to share the love with other men living with the side effects of prostate cancer treatment.