Incontinence Products for Men That Have a Perfect Fit

Urinary incontinence is one of those things that guys never like to talk about, but they know it happens. And as you get older, it might start to happen a little bit more often than you’d like. But that’s okay — you don’t have to let light incontinence get in your way.

The problem is that when urinary incontinence products are made, they’re often aimed at women rather than men. And even though incontinence in women is still very common, pads and incontinence products don’t fit the same on male anatomy versus female anatomy.

Men want and deserve urinary incontinence products designed to conform to each man’s unique shape. That’s why MDP was created — to form-fit the male anatomy and help you get back to your life without worrying about light urinary leakage. 

Here’s everything you need to know about incontinence products that have the perfect fit for men.

What Is Incontinence?

Urinary incontinence is a fancy term that means loss of bladder control. For some people, it’s just small amounts of leaking during a cough or sneeze. For others, it’s severe enough that you completely lose control of the bladder.

Regardless of severity, urine leakage can be uncomfortable, disruptive to daily life and is often times embarrassing. There are a few different types of urinary incontinence that men typically have:

  • Urge incontinence: Sudden, intense urge to urinate followed by an involuntary loss of urine. This is usually caused by an underlying condition, like an infection or neurological disorder.

  • Stress incontinence: Urine leakage when pressure is exerted on the bladder from coughing, laughing, or lifting something heavy. This is one of the most common types of incontinence in older men.

  • Overflow incontinence: Frequent dribbling because of a bladder that doesn’t empty completely.

  • Functional incontinence: This occurs when a physical or mental conditions make it so that you’re not able to make it to the toilet in time.

  • Mixed incontinence: This happens when you experience one or more types of incontinence at once.

Underlying conditions and aging can cause incontinence, but it can also happen from food and drinks like alcohol, caffeine, spicy foods, or carbonated beverages. These can stimulate your bladder and increase urine volume.

The Problem With Most Incontinence Products for Men

Incontinence is more common in women than it is in men, and that has resulted in men being overlooked and underserved regarding choices for incontinence products that help manage urine loss effectively.

There are many more urinary incontinence options for women in the market today, as womens have a lifetime of coping with hygiene issues related to monthly cycles, urine leakage after pregnancy and incontinence.

Women’s urinary incontinence products are usually flat pads that adhere to the inside of underwear to catch and absorb leakage. That is a great design for the female anatomy and works well.

But when you think about the male anatomy, there's really nothing flat about it. So typical incontinence products often slip and slide around in a man’s underpants, or they just completely miss the target zone and don’t catch leakage in the first place.

Men need urinary incontinence options that are more form-fitting and adaptable to the projecting external shape of their groin area. And that’s where MDP steps in and straps on to save the day.

Male Drip Protection for the Perfect Fit

MDP is a revolutionary product for light incontinence because it was designed by men, for men, and is worn directly on the male anatomy. It’s a discreet, proprietary design that is more of a sleeve than a pad. It slides right over your penis for a snug, comfortable, and effective fit, and once it’s on, you almost don’t know you’re wearing it.

By encasing the male anatomy completely, there’s no chance that MDP will slip and slide around in a man’s underpants, like pads often do. And since it has a patented two-strap design to allow for a custom fit every time, it means you can tighten or loosen it throughout the day as you need. 

MDP fits all shapes and sizes of each man’s unique anatomy, and is easily removable if you need to take it off and urinate. If it’s still dry, you can put the MDP sleeve right back on after you’re done. 

It’s also made of a moisture-wicking breathable fabric, meaning you won’t get all hot and sweaty down there during a game of golf or an intense workout. 

And since MDP adheres directly onto your penis rather than to your underpants, you can wear any type of underwear with it that you want, even boxers! It won’t move around even when you go for a run, dance, or anything in between. Since you can customize the straps when you strap it on, MDP will stay secure and snug.

We can sit here and talk about it all day long, but the best way for you to see how it fits is to feel it for yourself. Get your pack today and stop stressing about light urinary incontinence.

How Much Does It Hold?

MDP is perfect for a man with light urinary incontinence; it can hold up to about two ounces of liquid, which is about as much as a large shot glass. 

And if you need to replace it once it gets full, MDP is super easy to take off, so you can just replace it during a quick trip to the restroom, including while standing at a urinal.

How Big Is Each Sleeve?

Each MDP sleeve is so invisibly discreet, it fits into the palm of your hand. It is also thin enough to fit right into your wallet, pocket, or briefcase for discreet carrying, and even more discreet when worn. No one will ever know that you’ve got one on.

Will MDP Fit My Package?

No matter how large or small you are, size definitely doesn’t matter at all. MDP is fully adjustable, and its patented design conforms to each man’s unique anatomy. And with the adjustable straps, you can customize your fit every time. 

My MDP Keeps Falling Off – What Do I Do?

If your MDP still just doesn’t feel like the perfect fit, it might just need a little tightening. To make sure you’ve got those straps fit snugly around your penis, here’s what you’ll do:

  1. Insert your anatomy into the sleeve, with the straps positioned from the bottom.

  2. Make sure the tip of your penis is inserted all the way to the deepest part of the sleeve pocket.

  3. Attach the first strap by grasping either of the straps and attaching it across the shaft of of your anatomy. Then, take the remaining strap and stretch it over the first strap and around your shaft for a comfortable secure fit.

Also, don’t forget that MDP is for light incontinence and only holds a couple ounces, so if you’ve completely soaked it, it will feel heavy and might make it start to fall off or feel a little bit loose. That’s why you should always change into a new MDP as soon as it feels wet or heavy.

In Conclusion

It can be tough to find urinary incontinence products that fit the male anatomy, especially since so many more incontininence products have historically been made for women. But MDP is here to save the day for any guy with light leakage, and is a game-changer as long as you strap it on securely and adjust it if it feels to loose.

MDP is made with a proprietary design that fits each man’s unique shape thanks to its two-strap, Body ID Technology. It is worn directly on your penis rather than adhering to your underwear, meaning it won’t slip and slide regardless of what type of underwear you pick (even boxers)!

MDP is designed for light incontinence only, and can hold up to about a large shot glass worth of liquid. You can easily remove and replace the sleeve at any point with its easy-to-use, discreet design that fits right in the palm of your hand.

But the best way to see the difference is to just feel it for yourself. Try out MDP today and stop worrying about the next time incontinence strikes.


Urinary incontinence - Symptoms and causes | Mayo Clinic

Types of urinary incontinence | Harvard Health

Urinary Incontinence in Women | Johns Hopkins Medicine