There are solutions for male urinary incontinence other than incontinence pads or pants. Many men experience partial loss of bladder control or continuous bladder leakage. For some men this may occur after a prostate operation such as a radical prostatectomy or transurethral prostaectomy (TURP). A male urinary incontinence clamp is an effective method of conrtrolling male urinary incontinence. A male urinary incontinence clamp is worn behind the head of the penis and provides enough gentle pressure to the Urethra to prevent the flow of urine. It provides a simple discrete and convenient way of controlling bladder leakage. It is important to be assessed by a health professional to determine what would be best and most effective treatment method for you. Once opened medical devices cannot be returned so it is good to make sure you have chosen the right treatment option with your health professional.