anatomically shaped pads

San Seni Normal

for women
for men

About product

San Seni Normal anatomically shaped pads designed for people who praise discretion and comfort. A perfect solution for people using wheelchairs, those who are permanently immobilized, or overweight.

physical condition mobile/immobile
incontinence level

Breathable anatomically shaped pads San Seni Normal are a perfect solution for people who need a product of higher absorbency than urological pads in moderate urine loss. They can be also used in bowel incontinence. San Seni Normal ensure:

  • Feeling of dryness – Extra Dry System distributes moisture in the anatomically shaped absorbent core
  • Odour control – special granules (superabsorbent) that bond odour inside the product
  • Additional protection – side gathers prevent from leakages
  • Skin-friendliness – let the skin breathe and are very soft
  • Ideal adjustment to the body and easy product change - fixing with Seni Fix supporting pants

Perfect for people who have difficulty adjusting the right size of the absorbent product (e.g. obese individuals).

On the product, there is a wetness indicator which indicates when the product should be changed.

San Seni Normal

product properties

available sizes

Size DIMENSIONS pcs. in pack
normal 32 x 62,5 cm 10 / 30

fixing on a standing person



fixing on a lying person

How to put on?

see the full description

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Choose the right size

Choosing the right size of a product is very important. Finding a proper size is a crucial issue for user’s comfort. For this purpose try a tool facilitating the selection of size.

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Learn more about urinary incontinence and take advice.

Practical advice for carers

Practical advice for carers

Below we listed a few important pieces of advice, which hopefully will help you in providing everyday care.

Bedwetting - what can it mean?

Bedwetting - what can it mean?

Nocturnal enuresis, commonly called bedwetting is the term for child’s involuntary urination while asleep, when it is able to control its physiological functions during the day.


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