Penis Clamps and Pouches
The penis clamp is a noninvasive device that doesn’t require surgery or drugs to treat male incontinence and leakage. It’s an external urinary device that applies pressure on the urethra to the penis to stop the flow of urine through the urethra.
Incontinence clamps are medical devices that often feature a hinged metal design and a pair of foam pads on the terminal end. This helps clamp the penis gently but firmly without pain or undue pressure.
This is often used as a viable alternative to other urinary incontinence treatments, such as wearing adult diapers, pads, or other undergarments while healing from prostate surgery or other conditions that may lead to male bladder incontinence.
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Frequently Asked Questions
What Is an Incontinence Clamp?
An incontinence or penile clamp is a device that helps prevent male urine leakage. The soft foam pads inside the device ensure comfort while helping compress the urethra to avoid urine leakage. Penile clamps are useful and convenient for those who don’t want to worry about leakage when they’re going out or celebrating special occasions, giving them peace of mind.
Take note that male incontinence penile clamps must be removed every couple of hours to drain the bladder. It is not recommended to use the device beyond two hours or more, or it can cause serious health complications such as edema, obstruction, and urethral erosion.
How Do You Use Penile Clamps?
Before anything else, make sure the penile clamp is in the correct size. The penile clamp should be fitted at the base or middle of the shaft, so check the manufacturer’s measurement guide to get the best recommendation.
Before using the clamps, wash your hands with soap and water, and then dry your hands thoroughly. Apply the clamp by placing the penis between the foam pads. Tighten the clamp to squeeze the urethra enough to prevent urinary incontinence and leakage but not too much to restrict blood flow. The ratchet can be adjusted to increase or decrease pressure.