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The J Clamp is a simple, discreet and effective solution to male urinary incontinence
If you have undergone prostate surgery, or suffer some degree of male incontinence, you will know that it can really affect your life. The J Clamp is a simple and discreet solution to the problem of male incontinence.
Developed by Dr. Terry Jackson after his own personal experience with prostate surgery, the J Clamp is an incontinence clamp worn on the penis to control leakage. Unlike other incontinence clamps, the J Clamp does not compress the whole penis, only the urethra, and by applying pressure to the urethra, it eliminates leakage. The J Clamp is ultra-discreet, in that you can simply release the pressure by moving the handle, allowing you to go to the toilet as normal at a urinal, and get on with your life.
The J Clamp is designed to be comfortable to wear for long periods of time. With a rubber lined plastic frame to minimise rubbing, the J Clamp has five settings and is adjustable to accommodate a penis of 2-4.5 inches in circumference. The small frame design, at just 2 inches wide and 1.25 inches high allows the device to go unnoticed and the J Clamp weighs just 26g, so it can be worn for extended periods comfortably.
Unlike other male incontinence clamps or penile compression clamps, the J Clamp can be worn during any activity, even running or swimming, and is easy to clean by simply washing with mild soap and water. The J Clamp only compresses the urethra, not the rest of the penis like other clamps, so protects the blood vessels that supply the penis, allowing it to be worn for more than 20 hours a day - simply move the handle to urinate, and remember to urinate frequently to avoid build up of pressure.
Male incontinence doesn't have to take over your life, the J Clamp is a discreet and simple solution to let you get on with your life.
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|SKU / Product Code||92460|
|Brand||Jackson Medical Products|
|Included Contents||J Clamp, Detailed Instructions|
|Material||Plastic, Stainless Steel and Rubber|
|Adjustable||5 adjustable settings|
|Colour||Brown and white|
|Height||3.2cm (1.25 inches)|
|Size||Adjustable to fit a penis of 2-4.5 inch circumference|
|Washing Instructions||Wash with mild soap, blow dry and put back in place|
|Width||5.1cm (2 inches)|
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- Does what it's supposed to do Review by Mick C
- Definitely effective, but can become painful. Review by Ben
- Excellent Review by Mr W
- satisfactorily does the job Review by Charles H
- Great Product Review by Dribbley
- clamp fitting Review by MR J
StressNoMore reply to Mr J,
Thank you for your feedback, I am sorry that your expectations were not met with this product. We did telephone the manufacturers of the J Clamp in the US - they stated they has only heard of the bleeding once before and that was due to an unrelated medical condition, they did advise to mention this to your GP as it is not at all usual with this product. We telephoned you and you did indeed say that you thought you had used the clamp too tight, and we confirmed to you that this is a registered medical device. When you telephoned we were under the impression that you did not like the clamp and you wanted a refund, not that it had actually broken - I am sorry about that. We will do our best for you with any product and any faults will always be rectified immediately. Please return it to us and we will arrange to replace it with another J Clamp or a Dribblestop (which I think is the one you stated you had preferred).
Please contact us so we can resolve this for you, we want you to be happy when you purchase from us.
Betty@StressNoMore (Posted on 18 April 2013)
incontinence nurse and she will visit me next Tuesday, some of these aids are available on the NHS, is yours?
Our J Clamp is imported directly from the United States, and is not availbale on the NHS.
Most of our clamps are from the US or Europe, so they don't fall in to the NHS available category.
I would advise checking with your incontinence nurse for incontinence clamps available on the NHS.
I hope this helps.