Bariatric adult diapers are disposable underwear available in sizes 2XL, 3XL, and 4XL. Bariatric briefs and pull-ups provide individuals who need plus-size diapers with the protection they are looking for, for daytime or nighttime use. They can be the saving grace for someone who otherwise cannot find extra large diapers for adults in local stores.
These incontinence briefs come in three sizes: 2XL, 3XL, 4XL. The 2XL incontinence underwear can be both pull-up or briefs. Sizes 3XL and 4XL do not come in pull-up style because briefs tend to be easier to put on and manage. If you are not finding plus-size incontinence products in your local stores, give us a call and we will help you pick out one of these items that will best suit your needs.
We understand the frustration of finding the perfect incontinence protection product, especially if you cannot find them in a retail store. If you are having a hard time with mobility due to your build, the best item for you would be an incontinence brief in these sizes. They are going to be easier to put on and will also allow for easy adjustments if need be. They also offer maximum comfort and high-absorbency so you’re free to do whatever you want.
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Frequently Asked Questions
What Is a Bariatric Diaper?
Bariatric diapers are for plus-size adults who deal with incontinence. They are designed to fit larger waist sizes comfortably and to provide maximum absorbency to allow greater mobility and dignity.
LL Medico provides plus-size adult diapers and adult briefs and underwear for men and women. We carry different brands, such as Prevail diapers, Wellness absorbent underwear, and Attends briefs, to provide you the best adult incontinence product for your needs.
At What Weight Is a Patient Considered Bariatric?
A patient is classified as bariatric based on their “weight and the distribution of this weight throughout the body,” according to this study. Patients with a body mass index (BMI) greater than 30 are classified as obese while those with a BMI greater than 40 are described as severely obese by the World Health Organization. Adults in these categories are generally considered bariatric patients. Patients who weigh more than 300 pounds also fall into the bariatric category.
Why Should I Choose LL Medico?
LL Medico provides a wide selection of incontinence products to suit your needs. We also carry different adult diaper brands and protection products. LL Medico offers free shipping in the United States on all orders. That’s right, free shipping with no minimum orders!