iDiaper carries a lot of products for medium incontinence protection. These products are for incontinence issues such as overflow incontinence, or dribbling that is more than just a small amount. Products for moderate incontinence protection would not protect against full bladder loss at night or during the day. Moderate incontinence would work if a person spills a little trying to get to the bathroom - urge incontinence - unless they sometimes have a complete accident and the product must take a full bladder loss.
Products that provide protection for medium incontinence include simple pads and liners, but many times a brief or pull up is required to be careful. Protection for moderate incontinence is tricky because it's too much to use a light pad, but it assumes the incontinence product won't have to absorb a full bladder loss. There is a balance between being safe and wearing the lightest product that will work.
Disposable pull ups for moderate incontinence allow people with conditions like moderate overactive bladder to have a product that they can use much like regular underwear that absorbs excess fluid leakage and prevents embarrassing accidents. Pull ups such as these usually have tear-away sides for when they are used, allowing you to tear them off without completely undressing. Pull ups are a lot more popular than briefs with tabs.
Disposable briefs, or disposable briefs with tabs, are quite different than pull ups. They allow a person to be changed by a caretaker much more easily. They allow a person to take their diaper on and off without having to completely undress. There are many more options in disposable briefs with tabs. These products have tape or adhesive tabs on the sides and fit in a similar way to a standard baby diaper.
Moderate reusable briefs allow people with moderate overactive bladder or other conditions to use a reusable brief. This saves money if the situation is more permanent. It costs more up front, but saves money later on because there won’t be a monthly charge paying for disposables. Reusable briefs for moderate protection hold more than four fluid ounces but less than a full bladder loss. Many people find these products fairly convenient as they wash and dry like regular clothing.
Pads and liners for moderate incontinence are more heavy-duty than standard pads. They usually absorb more than four fluid ounces but less than a full bladder loss. There are quite a few of these pads and liners, and they are convenient.