Tranquility Air-Plus Bariatric Disposable Adult Diapers with Tabs, Maximum
TENA Stretch Ultra Incontinence Adult Diapers, Ultra Absorbency
McKesson Bariatric Ultra Adult Diapers with Tabs, Heavy
Tranquility Hi-Rise Bariatric Disposable Adult Diapers with Tabs, Maximum
TENA Stretch Super Incontinence Adult Diaper, Super Absorbency
Attends Bariatric Adult Diaper with Tabs, Severe
Tranquility Bariatric Disposable Adult Diapers with Tabs, Maximum
McKesson Super Plus Adult Diapers with Tabs, Moderate
ProCare Breathable Adult Diapers with Tabs
TENA Stretch Plus Incontinence Adult Diapers, Moderate Absorbency
Cardinal Wings Quilted Bariatric Adult Diapers with Tabs, Super
McKesson Bariatric Ultra Plus Stretch Brief Adult Diapers with Tabs, Heavy Absorbency
Abri-Form Unisex Adult Disposable Diaper with tabs, Bariatric, Heavy Absorbency
About Bariatric Tab Diapers (2XL+)
Tired of diapers that are too tight and uncomfortable? Does your loved one face pinching or even bruising because products are too small? Bariatric diapers with tabs are the perfect solution for anyone that needs a larger fit than traditional pull-ups or diapers can provide. Fitting users all the way up to 106-inch waist or hip, these products keep your loved ones comfortable, happy, and healthy. Also called plus-sized briefs, these products boast high absorbency, meaning fewer leaks and changes, so you can have peace of mind.
Our products are highly rated and dependable, so you know your bariatric diapers with tabs don’t just fit well -- they work well.
I wear a 2XL, 3XL, or 4XL. Is this the right product for me?
If you struggle to find a comfortable size, or you’re caring for someone else and you need to be able to readjust the tabs so the fit is just right, you’ll want to consider bariatric diapers with tabs. Historically, diapers with tabs are best for people caring for someone else. You’ll also want to keep in mind, though, that diaper sizes above a 2X can only be purchased in a tab-style. Meaning if you prefer to wear a 3XL or 4XL, you’ll need to go with a tab-style even if you’re caring for yourself.
I tried a bariatric tab-style diaper and it was way too big, but I wear plus-size clothing.
An important thing to remember is that clothing sizes are very different from diaper sizing. If you wear a 3X in clothing, you still may not need a bariatric diaper. The best thing to do is to take your waist and hip sizes in inches, then use the larger of the two when referencing a sizing guide. If bariatric tab-style diapers are too large, try a different tab-style diaper or pull-up underwear.
I have more questions
Not a problem! At Carewell, we understand that caregiving can be confusing, especially if you’re shopping for products for the first time. Our Care Team is friendly, knowledgeable, and always happy to help you. Just give us a call at 1-855-855-1666.