Bladder leakage is a topic that a lot of women don’t really like to talk about, but it’s nothing to be ashamed of. With so many women living with bladder leakage it’s a topic that should be discussed more, and without shame. Bladder leakage protection is available from Depend for the more than 51 million women suffering from bladder leakage.
I’m one of the 51 million women who suffer from bladder leakage and I’m not afraid to talk about it. I first experienced bladder leakage after giving birth to my second child. I remember laughing so hard at a friend’s joke and then I felt that warm feeling. I was never told that I might experience light bladder leakage after having children. I wasn’t ready at all for bladder leakage. I cleaned myself up and grabbed for one of my thin period pads incase it happened again, not knowing that I should instead wear something for incontinence. A period paid is for periods, and Depend is for bladder leakage.[Tweet “Can you guess how many people experience bladder leakage? It’s 65 million! @Depend #underwareness #sp”]
Did you know that more women in their 20’s deal with bladder leakage than women in their 80’s? Pretty shocking fact, right? Senior citizens aren’t the only ones that can benefit from what Depend has to offer, their new Depend Silhouette Active Fit briefs have a lower rise for an underwear-like look, fit and feel.
Depend provides discrete products that help people like you and me regain their freedom and get their lives back. The Depend Silhouette Active Fit briefs are a new moderate-absorbency brief featuring a thin design for complete comfort and the trusted protection of the Depend brand.
I like how easy it is to fold up a pair of Depend Silhouette Active Fit briefs to easily fit in my purse or to keep in my glove compartment. SAF briefs aren’t bulky at all, and fit comfortably and stay in place.
Visit www.underwareness.com to support the cause and to request your FREE SAMPLE of Depend Silhouette Active Fit!
Depend will donate $1, up to $3 million, over the next three years to the Simon Foundation for Continence and United Way…
Posted by Fabulous Mom Blog on Friday, June 12, 2015
This post is sponsored by Depend. Thoughts mentioned above are all my own.
I have been hearing a lot about these Depends products lately! While they are not a product for me, I know quite a number of friends who are embarrassed by their leakage conditions and don’t know where to go and or who to talk to! So I think your posts highlights an important issue today!
I am thankful I have never dealt with this issue, but it is great that there is a product out there that is addressing it specifically, and is NOT bulky!
It is crazy how many women suffer from Bladder leakage! This sounds like an amazing product to help protect your clothing. I love that Depends is working and campaigning to raise awareness of this issue!
Luckily I haven’t had too much of an issue, but I’m sure baby #4 would be the one to do me in. I didn’t know that more women in their 20s had issues that older women. What a relief to call attention to that fact! I’m glad there are good products out there to help us younger folk. These sound awesome for postpartum recovery too.
This product looks pretty great. It’s nice that it comes in both a black color and nude, gives the person an option. I have never used this product before but whatever makes the person feel secure, protected and their best, thumbs up from me!
This campaign is so inspirational and very popular! It is helping those who didn’t know there was a product out there for them. I love the free samples and the fact that they are so discreet.
Holy cow…51 million women suffering from bladder leakage sounds like such a high number. I did not know that you could be in your 20s and have to deal with a leaky bladder. The product shown here looks like a winner for those in need of it.
It is very important to talk about bladder leakage, it happens just like any other disfunction in our body. This is something that we should talk about and aknowledge. I remember when I found out that my mom had this problem and I remember how embarrassed she was, so I had to talk to her, to convince her that everything is going to be ok and there is no shame about this. I did not hear about the Depends products, but I do like the cause thay are fighting for.
This isn’t something that I deal with, but I am glad to see that there are some more “stylish” options out there!
We have to be more open about talking about things that our bodies go through as women and not be so embarrassed. I love reading about these products because it makes you feel like you’re not the only one going through these things. Thank you for sharing!