Get help from a health care professional, or talk to your supervisor or care coordinator if:
Urinary sheaths or uridomes are an option for men with urinary incontinence who don't want to, or can't, wear pads. They fit over the penis like a condom and drain the urine into a drainage bag. They are often called condom drainage.
Read the man's care plan and only use the recommended sheath, as it has been chosen to suit the man. Don't use a sheath recommended for someone else.
The sheath can be:
Sheaths are attached to a drainage bag that is fitted to the man's leg. You can find information about how to attach a leg bag here.
Need more help? Call the National Continence Helpline on 18OO 33 OO 66 and talk to a continence nurse advisor.
This information is not a substitute for independent professional advice.