Let’s Break The Silence About Bladder Leaks

This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Always Discreet. The opinions and text are all mine.

I want to get personal with you all for a moment. When I was pregnant, I was riding in my car by myself, and I sneezed, what happened next left me feeling so embarrassed. I looked down to notice that the seat of my car was wet. I had experienced a bladder leak. I wanted to cry and was unsure of what had just happened to me. When I got home, I called a really good friend of mine who was also pregnant. She explained to me that what I had experienced was incontinence and it was perfectly normal. I also spoke with my nurse practitioner who reassured me that bladder leaks were normal. I felt better and more confident after talking with both my friend and my nurse. If I had kept it in, I would have never known that bladder leaks were something that so many women experience.

I didn’t know how this topic would be perceived, but this is something that needs to be talked about so I am happy to have brands like Always Discreet to help start this conversation. Bladder leaks are normal and a part of life. We shouldn’t have to be embarrassed by it, and we should be able to talk about it.

I know bladder leaks are something that women never talk about, but it’s time that we do. Did you know that 1-in-3 women have bladder leaks? 1-in- 2 African American 18 years and older experience bladder leaks but only 1-in-9 use incontinence protection. Just know that you are not alone, bladder leaks are common and many women have experienced them.

Always Discreet has great products to help women with incontinence. They have liners, pads, and bladder leak underwear that are designed specifically for light to heavy bladder leaks. Always Discreet incontinence liners absorb 2X more than the leading period liner. Always Discreet incontinence pads are 45% thinner than the leading incontinence brand, which I love because I can put them in my purse with ease. I also love that they protect you in a way that period pads cannot. Always Discreet Pads also have RapidDryTM which is an absorbency technology that turns liquid to gel, so that Always Discreet Pads can absorb 4X more than Always Ultra period pads of a smaller size. Always Discreet incontinence underwear has the absorbency level for heavy bladder leaks. They also have double LeakGuardsTM barriers and a 360 FormFitTM design.

You should be able to live your life to the fullest and not have to be embarrassed about bladder leaks. That is why I love brands like Always Discreet, as they help you feel confident and comfortable about bladder leaks. If you are experiencing incontinence or bladder leaks you are not alone. Don’t be afraid to talk about the situation with others. For more information on Always Discreet products visit HERE.

This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Always Discreet. The opinions and text are all mine.

Have you experienced bladder leaks? Let’s talk about it.

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