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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††† | 54 Capsules
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    AZO


    List Price: $17.87
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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
    • 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
    • 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
    • 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
    • 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!

    Poise Incontinence Pads, Ultimate Absorbency, Long, 90 Count
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    Kimberly-Clark Corp. GMA - DROPSHIP


    List Price: $52.63
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    • Now with ContourFit Design -a pad shape that is softly curved in the middle, to fit your curves better than before
    • Poise Pads are 10X drier than the leading period pad - perfect for maternity pads for women after birth who experience postpartum or the heaviest of bladder leaks
    • Poise ultimate incontinence pads are wider in front and back for heavy bladder leakage pad protection where it's needed most
    • Ultimate absorbency Poise pads are designed to help contain unexpected gushes
    • Trusted 3-in-1 dryness, comfort and odor control - superior incontinence protection for women

Suppose We Could Fix the Need for Double-Briefing

There was a time Polly remembers when she had more than enough pull-on protective underwear. Lately, though, Polly has had to seriously strategize how to stretch the products she is able to get. Polly’s local provider has explained that reimbursements have fallen in this product category every year, and that to meet plummeting reimbursements, manufacturers have changed the product.

Polly wears two pairs of protective underwear at the same time. This makes it harder for Polly to conceal her condition, and it makes each day more stressful.

The idea of “double-briefing,” the solution some Medicaid beneficiaries find to try and prevent leakage, is all too common these days. It exists for those living on their own, but receiving products from an entitlement program; for those living at home and paying for their own products; and for those living in long-term care communities.

As incontinence products decline in performance, the term “double-briefing” has been expanded to include the practice of placing all sorts of pads inside the briefs and protective underwear in an effort to increase absorbency.

Do you order your bladder control products online, or buy them at the store and risk all the stares?



I just pee wherever I am at the time


cant say I need that stuff yet.......


I just pee myself and do lots of laundry.

What is the TV commercial for bladder control?

There is a commercial for a bladder control product. I think it may be Detrol LA. Anyway, the woman in the commercial is at a party and she is really embarrased because she thinks that everyone can tell that she has a bladder control problem as if she


sorry....can't.........gotta go