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Dribblestop - Male Urinary Incontinence Clamp

  1. Penile clamps (2) to stop embarrassing dribbles & urine leaks effectively & comfortable
  2. Safe, comfortable and highly effective medically approved urine clamp
  3. Can be worn all day or all night, or for shorter periods if required.
  4. Two dribblestop incontinence clamps per pack and they're fully adjustable for comfortable sizing that fits just right
  5. Safe and gentle pressure on urethra stops urine leaks and doesn't hinder circulation

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VAT bannerAt last there is an effective solution for men who suffer with MUI (Male Urinary Incontinence), or post micturition dribble with this amazing Dribblestop penile clamp.

Dribblestop Incontinence Clamp for Men Comfortable & Safe

Millions of men around the world endure urine leakage that ranges from partial or full loss of urine. This can be as a result of prostate problems or nerve damage or following prostate surgery. For men who don't want a urostomy pouch (or urine bag) there is now a proven solution in the form of Dribblestop. This external penis clamp gently applies pressure to the top of your penis, as well as the urethra on the underside. The result is a soft, natural feel - this penile clamp is so small and comfortable, you won't even notice it's there! 

  • Since Dribblestop does not apply any pressure to the sides of the penis blood circulation is unrestricted, so it is safe and comfortable. 
  • Dribblestop allows a man to get on with his life and live it to the full, without fear of embarrassing leaks.

Your Dribblestop is guaranteed for 1 year on breakage - we'll replace it. The foam inserts are not covered by this warranty - since you will receive 2 clamps in your pack we recommend the clamps be alternated daily for the foam to keep its shape and form.

Frequently asked questions about the Dribblestop Incontinence Clamp for Men

How does the Dribblestop® incontinence clamp work?
The Dribblestop puts gentle pressure on your urethra to stop the flow of urine. Simply adjust it to your size and fit (it is really easy) and the clamp will restrict the flow by applying gentle pressure to only the top and bottom of your penis. The Dribblestop® clamp is worn just behind the head of the penis and should be comfortable but effective, and urine leakage should stop.

Is the Dribblestop® clamp small enough not to be noticed?
It is only 3 inches long and 1/2 inch wide - made entirely of plastic and a medical approved foam it is lightweight, discreet and, more importantly, super-comfortable.

Is the Dribblestop® adjustable?
Yes, adjusting the Dribblestop Penis clamp is easy. Included are 3 pairs of links in different sizes, Small, Medium and Large. You attach a link to either side of the DribbleStop to adjust the size. You can mix and match link sizes for a more accurate fit, for example you could use a Medium link one both sides, or you could use a Medium link on one side and a Large link on the other in order to go up by half a size. It may take a little experimenting to get the right fit for you; the clamp should be tight enough to stop urine leaks but not too tight that it feels uncomfortable. Full, easy to follow instructions are included with each Dribblestop kit to guide you through adjusting your Dribblestop.

What is included in a Dribblestop® Kit?
You’ll get two Dribblestop clamps, full instructions and extra links to adjust the fit. The clamps will be put together with Medium links and the extra Small and Large links will be contained in a labelled poly bag; make sure not to throw them away when you get rid of your packaging.

Why do you supply two clamps? Why can't I just order one Dribblestop clamp?
It is important to rotate the clamps on a daily basis – this allows the medical grade memory foam to regain its shape after a day of use and for you to rinse and clean it.

How do I clean my Dribblestop® clamps?
Simply hand-wash your Dribblestop clamp and foam with soap and warm water, rinse and towel dry, you can even wear it again after rinsing. The medical grade foam will not absorb liquid so it comfortable to pop back on if required.

Will the Dribblestop® clamp impair circulation or sensation?
A Dribblestop® clamp has been specifically designed to apply slight pressure to the top and bottom of your penis; it takes very little pressure to stop the flow of urine. You’ll find that blood circulation is not restricted on the sides of your penis and when you’ve adjusted it to a comfortable fit it will control dribbles and leakage without affecting sensation or circulation to your penis. You will still have the normal feeling to relieve yourself when your bladder is full.

Can I go into a swimming pool or hot tub wearing the Dribblestop® clamp?
Yes, chlorine should not affect the clamp, but rinse the clamp afterwards to prevent any chlorine irritation to your skin.

Can you replace the foam on my Dribblestop® clamp?
No sorry, due to health and hygiene we are unable to do this.

How do I know if the Dribblestop® clamp is safely positioned?
You should not be able to feel the clamp if it is positioned correctly and all leakage has stopped. If you can feel the Dribblestop clamp either it is uncomfortable or painful then you have it too tight. Adjust it accordingly by selecting one of the different notches or different links.

Will the Dribblestop® clamp work if I am circumcised? Or not circumcised?
Yes the Dribblestop works if you are with foreskin or without! It will still be effective giving you dryness and comfort all day and all night long.

Do I need to consult my doctor before using a Dribblestop® clamp?
Not unless you feel it is necessary to do so. Obviously once you have used it and found out how effective it can be we would welcome you telling your Doctor or Healthcare provider so that they can pass the message onto to other men who would benefit from using the Dribblestop.

Can I wear the Dribblestop® clamp when travelling?
Yes! There are no metal parts so you won’t set off any alarms at airport security.  A dribblestop clamp will give you the confidence to travel more – you won’t have to worry about accidents, pads and discomfort!

I am wearing the Dribblestop but still dribbling. What should I do?
Adjust the Dribblestop – you should not have any leaks or dribbles. To get the perfect fit the clamp size may just need adjusting slightly try different notches or different link settings.

Do you have to be approved through Health Canada to manufacture the Dribblestop® clamp?
Yes, the Dribblestop is manufactured as a medical device  and produced under license through Health Canada.  The Dribblestop is also approved for sale in the USA and Europe.

How long can I wear the Dribblestop?
You can wear it 24/7 The Dribblestop clamp is designed to apply slight pressure only on the top and bottom (urethra side) of your penis, and not on the sides, so blood circulation is not impeded. The inventor of the Dribblestop, Henry Rennich, suffers from incontinence himself and has been wearing the clamp every day for 24 hours for the past ten years. Most men do not leak as much whilst lying down, so we suggest to our customers that they loosen the clamp one notch size when retiring for the night.

How long will a Dribblestop penis clamp last?
It really will depend on the amount of time the client uses the clamp it can vary between 4 hours, 8 hours, 12 hours ---all day and all night in some cases.  The main thing to remember is that the penile clamp should be alternated - and that's why we have included 2 per pack. The clamp should last anywhere from 8 to 12 months; depending on the usage.  Plus the user must be alternating the clamps on a daily basis to allow the memory foam to regain its original shape.  If the clamp is not alternated then the foam will start collapsing and the clamp will be less effective----and eventually the foam will be worn down.  

Don't put up with embarrassing leaks - take control with Dribblestop now!

We urge all men not to let bladder leakage and male urinary incontinence stop them getting on with their lives; Dribblestop is a simple but effective solution, easy to use and really comfortable to wear so you can regain control of your leaks and live life to the full.

*If you require any spare links for your Dribblestop Clamp then contact our customer service team here>*

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SKU / Product Code 80435
Brand Dribblestop
Recommended For Dribblestop incontinence penile clamp for men post prostate surgery and for post micturition dribbles and male incontinence.
Included Contents Two sets of clamps and links
Material High Quality Lightweight plastic
Length 7.6cm (3 Inches)
Guarantee 1 Year against breakage
User Manual View and/or Download the Dribblestop User Manual
Width 1.3cm (1/2 inch)
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On Going trial (after 2 weeks) Review by Mike
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The product is 3" long (40mm) and narrow. As can be seen from the picture - it has two quite firm foam pads, top & bottom but the foam does not seem to absorb water so regular rinsing or washing and drying before replacing is quite feasible. The original links setting (on each end) is 'medium' but I quickly found that uncomfortable and replaced it with the larger links. Wearing like that for long periods was less noticeable. I had my prostrate removed several years ago and had been dying for a means to stop unnecessary leaking and this device seems to be doing that. I have even dared to wear flimsy shorts on very hot days in the garden - no pants or other protection! But bear in mind, it is not a tap and if you leave it too late you can still have accidents! I have found that there are some sharp bits on the plastic moulding which can catch ones sensitive penile or leg surfaces. So I am going to see if I can carefully smooth off some edges. Obviously, the links need very careful handling so as not to break or lose them and to avoid loosening their hold on their sockets. The good news is, that even with day long wear there are no signs of loss of blood flow in the penis. Finally - take care when unclipping in the toilet! I have not lost mine, or any part in a bowl yet but that is an ever present possibility! (I tend to use cubicles wherever possible - more convenient all round. Squeeze the sphincter muscles hard as you release the RH clip and expect a drop or two to escape immediately. So far so good I'm glad I took the plunge and purchased a pair of dribble stops. I will review again after much more use. (Posted on 28 June 2013)
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Good but neds fine tuning Review by Billy boy
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I had my prostate removed and was cathertarised for 2 weeks , when it was removed I was shocked that urine just run from me continually , this has improved in 7 days and is worse when I first stand up. I found Dribblestop on the internet and was excited when it arrived .I wore it on my first trip to a supermarket and when I got out the car I felt a leak which had me concerned and dismayed any way to cut a long story short I have spent time experimenting and have now got it to hold water I am on the large size 5" in girth and it fits with no discomfort . My suggestion is wear it in the house for a day and make sure you have it adjusted right before going out and it will avoid any disappointment, it works but take time getting it right I wear mine slightly to thr right of the penis and this seals the urether better for me expensive yes but so is 5 pads a day ,work it out if the clips last a year you will be quids in (Posted on 31 May 2014)
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(8 of 8 people found this review helpful)
quality and price Review by caesar
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I am quite please with the device and I don't notice it when I have it on. However I am appalled at the price for such a basic object. £30 each for a bit of plastic and foam rubber!! The reason I marked "unsure for recommendation is mainly the exorbitant cost. (Posted on 6 November 2013)
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effective and comfortable Review by Ted L
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There are 2 clamps per pack and the idea is to wear one and the foam on the other regains shape ie you alternate the wearning of them. I found it a little fiddly at first, but now I have got used to applying it I find it quite straightforward. Stops the annoying and ambarassing PMD. I found this more effective and comfortable to use than the Cunningham clamp that was recommended by my GP. (Posted on 2 May 2013)
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Good Review by Mr H
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I would agree with the previous reviewer that this is more comfortable than the cunningham clamp. It is easier to use and is less obvious although I only use it during the day preferring to use urine guards at night. (Posted on 4 June 2013)
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Dribble stop Review by quiggs
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I had a Prostate removed in 2009, I found pads too uncomfortable and sometimes inconvenient. After using pads for 1 year I heard about Dribbledtop, I first purchase these from Canada. Since using them I have had very few leakages and life is far more easier. I have travelled a great deal in the past 8 years and enjoyed freedom. I would recommend Dribblestop to anyone (Posted on 2 December 2013)
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Works but could do better Review by DougC
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I am/was on about 2 pads a day, so probably mild to medium incontinence. I got fed up with pads and so have tried a number of alternatives, none of which are perfect but all of which have some plus points.

1. External catheters (by Coloplast). These are an improvement on pads but are disposable and so relatively expensive. However, you don't have to worry about finding a toilet.

2. The dribblestop. Again, this works but I found it too narrow and thus quite painful after a few hours. It can be unclipped easily enough but is best done when sitting on the toilet. It is also not adjustable whilst being worn and finally, as others have said, it is expensive (even if you do get 2).

3. The J-Clamp. This is probably the easiest one to use and you can adjust the pressure which I find useful as I tend to leak more in the evenings when tired. However I found that, the way it is designed, it requires quite a tight setting which can get painful. On the other hand you can ease the pressure a bit when sitting down.

4. The Uri-clak. This is a pretty brutal clamp but, if adjusted sufficiently (I found that I needed much larger 'bullets' than those provided and so cut up a biro) works well. It is not adjustable like the J-clamp, is too long in my opinion (it keeps getting trapped behind my legs) and is awkward to squeeze to allow urination but, of the 3, so far I've found it the most comfortable to wear for a length of time and is the one I use currently.

It is horses for courses but I would recommend trying the uri-clak or J-clamp before the dribblestop. (Posted on 11 March 2014)
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Good Review by EWJL
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Perhaps slightly bulky and fussy to fix but very effective especially after having used it a few times. (Posted on 29 February 2016)
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Comfortable and a great product. Review by Alan
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Comfortable and a great product. I don use daily only when I go out, I pad up most days which isn't good for the confidence, but its where I'm at.
I would recommend.
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Overpriced Review by Musa
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Works reasonably well and I have not yet found a better alternative. On the other hand as a previous reviewer wrote it is greatly overpriced especially as I have also found it needs replacing every few months. (Posted on 13 December 2013)
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