Patents

Urinary Incontinence Device

October 8, 2002

Patented is an absorbent device configured to fit inside the space between a female wearer’s labia. The device comprises a pad with a body contacting surface. Part of the pad has an adhesive for retaining the device between the wearer’s labia.

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