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Can wearing pads make you incontinent.
I'm talking about a person with moderate learning disability with scenery issues and challenging behaviour who refuses to use the toilet due to phobia and support staff have less time for positive reinforcement due to other service users needs so they resort to using incontinence pads. Do you think over time this would have an effect on the service users continence and make them incontinent? Thank you?