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TENA Lady - Normal - Pack of 12

  • TENA Lady - Normal offers an excellent level of absorption for those needing light or moderate protection.
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Product Description

    • The smallest is no bigger than a pantyliner but much more secure
    • Because everyone has different needs, the TENA Lady range is available in various sizes
    • The fully breathable outer layer allows air to circulate whilst offering optimum protection against leakage, leaving you feeling even fresher
    • The new pad shape ensures a better fit and follows your body's natural contours.
    • All TENA Lady pads contain super-absorbent granules, and are latex-free
    • It offers an excellent level of absorption for those needing light or moderate protection, thanks to its double absorption core with super-absorbent granules
    • TENA Lady Normal features Odour Control™ and comes individually wrapped
    • They also feature Odour Control™ which prevents the development of embarrassing odours


  • At TENA we’re committed to developing products and services that minimise the impact of incontinence on people’s everyday lives. In doing so, we recognise the many emotive issues around the condition. That’s why we want to share what we’ve learnt and help dispel the many myths and taboos that persist, even today.

    With over 40 years of experience, TENA is the worldwide leader in the management of incontinence, providing products and services for individuals and healthcare services throughout 90 countries. We are at the forefront of developing products that meet the needs of individuals, carers, clinicians and healthcare services around the world.

    TENA is dedicated to the idea that incontinence shouldn’t stop people from leading a full and happy life. This lies at the core of everything we do: whether we’re developing products and services, promoting best practice continence care within healthcare institutions or broadening public understanding.

    In an ageing society it’s inevitable that increasing numbers require hands-on care either at home with their loved ones or in professional residential care. For care-giving relatives incontinence care can be a physically, emotionally and economically demanding role. We want to provide the best advice, support and products we can to help them provide the best quality of life for themselves as well as the person they care for.

    With TENA’s experience working with healthcare professionals we continue to develop more effective products, services and educational materials that maximise patient care while also taking into account the needs of carers and the economic realities of large-scale healthcare provision.


  • What causes Bladder Weakness in Women?

    Weakened pelvic floor muscles
    The bladder and outlet passage are supported and held in place by a hammock of muscles called pelvic floor muscles that keep your bladder closed. If these muscles lose their strength and flexibility, even everyday activities such as coughing may cause leaking.

    Pelvic floor muscles can become stretched and weakened during childbirth. Being overweight can also put an added strain on them.

    All body muscles become weakened over time and after the menopause, the reduction in the quantity of oestrogen also affects the abdominal muscles. As a result, the bladder shifts its position and the muscles around the urinary tract become less effective.

    Other causes
    Nerve damage, some medications, constipation or even an infection can also lead to bladder weakness.

    These causes result in the folllowing four types of bladder problems:

    Unexpected leaking when you laugh, cough, sneeze or do some kinds of physical training. Most often, weakened pelvic floor muscles or the menopause are the causes.

    You experience a strong and sudden urge to pass urine. The bladder tries to empty despite your efforts to restrain leaking. There is a lack of co-ordination between impulses the brain gives to the bladder and what your bladder does.

    Overflow and drip
    When your bladder does not empty completely, urine builds up and in the end may begin to dribble out.

    Mixed symptoms
    It is fairly common to have more than one type of symptom.

    Can it be cured?

    In many cases bladder weakness can be cured. It depends on what has caused your bladder weakness in the first place. A training programme may be all you need in order to regain your confidence.

    Pelvic floor exercises
    Losing urine when laughing, coughing or lifting is often caused by weakened pelvic floor muscles. Simple exercises for building up the muscles of the pelvic floor are recommended. You will find some simple exercises in the keeping healthy section. The best results will be achieved with guidance from a physiotherapist.

    There are different kinds of medication and new and improved medicines are launched regularly.

    Do not keep it to yourself
    A good idea is to discuss your bladder weakness with your nearest and dearest. Your openness in discussing your situation with them will be rewarded by a greater, mutual understanding and, no doubt, an even greater sense of relief on your heart.

    If you are uncertain about the cause, you may prefer to discuss this with a professional consultant (doctor, nurse, etc) who will be able to recommend the best course of action for you - maybe a change of medicine, changes in your dietary habits or an exercise programme.

About Brand

  • TENA is the leading specialist in urinary incontinence and bladder weakness, offering advanced solutions, support and advice for millions of people worldwide.

    Their mission is clearly defined: to improve the lives of people living or working with bladder weakness or incontinence around the world.

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