Whether you are 25 or 75, bladder leakage may be of a concern to you. Most women in their 20’s are experiencing bladder leakage over women in their 80’s and the majority are under 50 years old. Many don’t think of bladder leakage occurring in younger women because perhaps the younger woman feels shame in discussing it. I have several friends who experience bladder leakage-some I have known for years and had no idea. Once I brought up the topic that I am doing posts about effective bladder leakage protection with Depends
and the frequency of bladder leakage I am told about stories. I suppose many don’t bring it up until they hear they are not alone.
Two close friends experienced bladder leakage for the first time on two different occasions. One experienced it at pregnancy and it got a bit better but never totally went away. At times when she lifts something heavy or picks up her child she will experience some leakage. Another close friend who works with me began experiencing it when getting into a gym routine. When she exerts herself at the gym-lifting bars, doing floor routines she will experience leakage. For both of them they tend to know when they experience leakage the most and learn the triggers real fast so it is important to them to keep products on hand. Whether you know to wear protection at the gym or on a stay at home day doing chores with the kids, having proper bladder leakage protection is the best solution.
However most bladder products are like diapers! They ride high and there is no way to wear them and be discrete. That is why Depends is in it’s third year of Underwareness. Not only had Depends created low-rise briefs that feel just like regular underwear without the bulk or high rise, they are on a social movement and charitable cause to break down the bladder leakage stigma.
Depend Silhouette Active Fit Lower-Rise Briefs
come in black and beige and can be worn with any outfit while it discretely protects you from embarrassing leakage that can occur. They are thin with a cotton-like fabric with moderate absorbency the traps and locks in odor. Wear them, be protected and you won’t feel like your part of any stigma. You already know you are not, you are in more of a majority and chances are others in that crowded room are wearing something similar but we always want to be comfortable and feel protected in any moment so we can focus on more important parts of our day and evenings.
I mention that Depend is on a charity campaign and for every photo and video shared using #Underwareness and featuring Depend products, the Depend brand will donate $1, up to $3 million, through 2016 to fund charities that advance the research and education of bladder leakage.
What is your Underwareness story?