What is the most absorbent 34" by 36" underpad/bedliner and how many fluid ounces does it hold?

I now sometimes sleep through my urinary incontinence events, so that when I do wake up my Medline Sofnit 300 pad, which is designed to hold 8 fl. oz., is overfull, leaks around the edges and drips when I carry it into the laundry room. I want to find a more absorbent underpad in the same size or roughly so. Does anyone have relevant information?

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  • I have problems with leakage with all the incontense devices I have used in 7 years

  • So far I like the McKesson ultra under-pad for my husband and even though not perfect, they are good.  It is 30"x36" and I use it under his sheets between those and his mattress pad.  The only problem I have with any of them is the fact that they bunch up and gather under him if used in contact with the body.

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    • Gladys Hodges Thanks for the input!

  • Why don't they put sticky tape on the back like they do for good nights for toddlers 

  • We mostly use the Tranquility pads. As well as the Tranquility briefs and boosters.  I'm quadriplegic and cannot move Myself.  Often during the day in bed I go without underwear or disposable briefs. So the pads are a big help if I leak or have a full accident. At night I wear the Tranquility ATN overnight briefs.  I have rarely had any leaks. So the bed pad is more used for changing Me then anything. They also have the sizes for My wheelchair. 

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