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    Securi-T - Bladder & Incontinence Control Supplement - Aids Frequent Urination, Leaks and Leakage - For Men & Women - Natural Urinary Incontinence Support - Buchu, Eucommia, Goji Berry - (60 Capsules)
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    LifeSeasons


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    • CLINICALLY-TESTED INGREDIENTS: Rely on the power of plants in this bladder health support supplement. We combine Buchu, Eucommia, and Chinese Peony to help build up bladder health and to help calm irritated bladder tissue.
    • FIND YOUR FORMULA: LifeSeasons creates supplements to support your body's health. Our expertise is at the heart of every formula that we create as we balance the wisdom of nature and the progress of science through natural health supplements.
    • COMMON RESULTS: People who take Securi-T usually notice that they don't have to urinate as often and that they have better control over their urination after taking it for 30-60 days.
    • NATURAL INCONTINENCE SUPPORT: Supports bladder control, leakage and normal urination, for men and women.
    • TARGETED FORMULA TO HELP SUPPORT BLADDER HEALTH: By facilitating nerve signaling between the brain and the urinary tract and soothing irritable bladder tissue.

    Poise Incontinence Pads, Moderate Absorbency, Regular, 132 Count
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    Kimberly-Clark Corp.


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    • Moderate absorbency Poise pads are designed to help contain unexpected surges
    • Poise Pads are 10X drier than the leading period pad - perfect for maternity pads for women after birth who experience postpartum or moderate bladder leakage
    • Trusted 3-in-1 dryness, comfort and odor control - superior incontinence protection for women
    • Poise moderate incontinence pads are wider in front and back for superior bladder leakage protection where it's needed most
    • Now with ContourFit Design -a pad shape that is softly curved in the middle, to fit your curves better than before

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Doctors Use Pacemaker-Like Device To Help Treat Overactive Bladder

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – There is a long-lasting treatment for the millions of women suffering from overactive bladder: a pacemaker.

“I was going to the bathroom pretty much – started out every 15 minutes, then I became every five minutes,” patient Maxine Stern said.

Her overactive bladder was making her life miserable, and she has lots of company, CBS2’s Dr. Max Gomez reported. Estimates are that 37 million Americans have an overactive bladder, or OAB, which can also include incontinence

“Anybody can get it, anybody of any age or any gender. But it tends to affect more women and usually women as they get older,” said Dr. Nicole Fleischmann, with Advanced Urology Centers of New York.

There are medications to treat overactive bladder, but almost two-thirds of patients stop using them because of unpleasant side effects.

“Dry mouth, constipation, sometimes we get memory loss in our older population,” Fleischmann said.