People who are incontinent are often required to wear water-resistant swimwear or a swim diaper that provides containment while swimming at public and private pools.
Using a properly designed swim product and following some simple steps should make it easy for you to take a dip in the pool. The benefits of regular swimming may actually benefit your continence management because incontinence is often associated with a lack of exercise!
Swim diapers are designed to prevent any accidental leakage of bowel material due to their inner leg cuffs. It is never a good idea to wear regular diapers or incontinence pads in the pool since they will absorb the water without offering any accident protection. If you plan on swimming in a pool, make sure you choose a proper fitting swim diaper. If an accident does happen, make sure to clean yourself up and change.