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    AZO Bladder Control® with Go-Less® Daily Supplement | Helps Reduce Occasional Urgency* | Helps reduce occasional leakage due to laughing, sneezing and exercise††† | 72 Capsules
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    • 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*
    • WORRY LESS AZO Bladder Control with Go-Less helps reduce occasional bladder leakage from laughing, coughing, sneezing, exercise. AZO Bladder Control does what pads and liners can't do: helps support bladder muscle strength and allows you to feel more confident to laugh without worry!*
    • STICK WITH IT! You may experience bladder health benefits in as little as two weeks, however your body may respond faster or slower, so give it up to 6 weeks to realize the full benefits
    • WHO IS AZO BLADDER RIGHT FOR? 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. Consult your healthcare professional before taking any new supplement or medication
    • 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

    Depend Incontinence Guards for Men, Maximum Absorbency, 2 Packs of 52, 104 Total Count (Packaging May Vary)
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    • Depend Guards Incontinence Pads for Men with maximum absorbency for larger surges of wetness - Now more flexible than previous Depend Guards for Men
    • Masculine-looking pads designed to fit a man's body and are FSA-eligible in the US only - packaging may vary in your order
    • Cup-like shape for close fit without bulk and strong adhesive to lock the Guard in place in your briefs or boxer briefs
    • Disposable incontinence pads with Comfort-Flex leak barriers for comfortable protection when active
    • Packaging may vary from image shown
    • Bladder leakage protection with worry-free odor control that's individually wrapped in a pocket-sized, discreet-to-carry grey pouch

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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."

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