What is LOBC?

Loss of Bladder or Bowel Control

A New Way to Talk about Incontinence

About LOBC

Loss of Bladder or Bowel Control (LOBC)—also known as incontinence—is the involuntary loss of bladder/bowel control. It is a problem that affects millions. We are all born incontinent and we will most likely experience some degree of incontinence as we grow. It’s not a disease, but it can be a symptom of other conditions, as well as a side effect of different medications, diet and nutrition habits or lifestyle changes.

Millions of people experience incontinence, and with the right products, treatment and information, they overcome the symptoms every day.

The first step toward managing incontinence is visiting your physician and learning about which type of LOBC you’re experiencing, and your options for treatment. Visit our education page to learn more.

Or Watch our LOBC Education video: click here

What Exactly Is LOBC?

Learn more about LOBC

See gender-specific facts about LOBC


What Causes LOBC?

How Common Is LOBC?

Managing LOBC

The first step to managing incontinence is getting the facts

Talk with your physician about how to develop a plan that treats and meets your particular LOBC needs.