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    AZO Bladder Control with Go-Less® & Weight Management Dietary Supplement | Safely Helps Reduce Occasional Urgency* | Promotes Healthy Metabolism* | Supports a Good Night’s Sleep* | 48 Capsules
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    i-Health, Inc.


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    • DRUG-FREE AND CAFFEINE-FREE DAILY SUPPLEMENT with naturally-sourced ingredients that safely help reduce the urge to go to the bathroom and help manage your weight in two ways, so you're in control around the clock.*
    • WEIGHT MANAGEMENT Clinically studied Synetrim CQ from the cissus quadrangularis plant supports serotonin balance and helps promote metabolic health to support healthy weight management.*
    • GET STARTED RIGHT It is recommended for the first two weeks to take one capsule three times a day; morning, noon, and night. After two weeks, only one capsule twice a day, morning and night, is required. Safe to use every day when used as directed. The AZO Bladder Control Go-Less blend is safe for both Women and Men. AZO Bladder Control is not intended for use by pregnant or nursing women.
    • GO LESS This safe, drug-free supplement contains a naturally sourced blend that supports bladder strength and helps reduce the urge to go, day and night.* Healthy bladder control helps manage those frustrating nighttime visits to the bathroom

    Tena Bladder Control Pad for Men, Moderate Absorbency, 48 Count
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    Johnson & Johnson Consumer Inc.


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    • Discreet liners fit inside underwear
    • Contoured cup shape designed to fit the male anatomy
    • Soft, cloth-like cover for comfort and discretion
    • Absorbent core soaks in liquid quickly to prevent leaks
    • Protects against light bladder leaks

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Urinary incontinence is more common in women, but men get it too

Incontinence may not be the usual topic of discussion at parties and get-togethers, but it can cause problems for more people than suspected.

"Generally, when we hear the word incontinence, we think primarily of urinary incontinence," said Char Challenger-Smith, a physical therapist, certified athletic trainer and sports specialist with Rehab and Sport Medicine at Northern Nevada Medical Center. "It is important to know incontinence can be both urinary and/or fecal. We most commonly think of women, especially post-partum, suffering from urinary incontinence. Though women are more predisposed to urinary incontinence, men are also very commonly affected."

This is not all men, however. Generally, males who have had their prostate removed or re-sectioned are more likely to suffer from incontinence. Another population that has a higher incidence of incontinence is male and female athletes, according to Challenger-Smith. This includes both endurance athletes and power lifters. However, incontinence can be tricky because it can result from different stressors and causes.