Tena – Skin Health Key Issues With Incontinence

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Good skin care is essential for people with incontinence and their carers. Urine and faeces can damage the skin, causing redness, irritation and soreness. This can be distressing, uncomfortable and socially isolating.

Skin areas most at risk are around the anus (back passage), the genitals, between the buttocks, and the inner thighs. Damp, warm skin is unfortunately a good place for bacteria, including fungal infections and urinary tract infections.


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