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Incontinence Odors - How to Control Them

November 29, 2021

Incontinence Odors - How to Control Them

How to Control Urinary Incontinence Odors

Urine has an unmistakable and often unpleasant odor. If you or someone you love suffers from incontinence, you may be wondering how to control urinary incontinence odors. You can rest assured, there are solutions to this often embarrassing issue.

Those who are familiar with urinary incontinence know that leakage and accidents are, quite often, unavoidable. While there are a number of things you can do to minimize issues like this, eliminating them completely can be difficult. That said, there are things you can do to help reduce incontinence odors. 


Help Reduce Incontinence Odors

Keeping Infections at Bay: Urinary tract infections often alter the odor of your urine, making it smell particularly bad.  If you are uncomfortable and believe an infection may be an issue, it is important to see your doctor and have it treated with the appropriate medication.

Stay Hydrated:  Concentrated urine, caused by not drinking enough water,  has a much stronger odor than urine which is more diluted.  Make sure you are drinking enough water throughout the day - and you are using the restroom frequently as well.

Wear Clean and Fresh Undergarments and Clothing: Leakage is a fact of life. That said, when it happens it is imperative to change your clothing (both your underwear and your pants) as quickly as possible.  Sitting urine smells and the odor intensifies over time. Taking a moment to put on fresh clothing (and storing your soiled garments in a sealed bag and washing them as soon as possible) can help limit and contain odors. 

Focus on Hygiene: When accidents or leakage happen, make sure to thoroughly clean yourself as well as your clothing. Rinse away all urine with soap and water, ensuring your skin is clean.  When urine residue remains on the skin, odors can develop.

Manage Your Diet: Certain foods (like asparagus and coffee) are known to unpleasantly alter the odor of urine. If you are prone to leakage, it may be wise to avoid them.

When incontinence is an issue, talking to your physician is imperative.  He or she can help identify the causes of the incontinence, recommend appropriate behavior and treat any underlying conditions.  


Additionally, there is a broad range of products available on the market to help you manage incontinence and control incontinence odors.

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