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    AZO Bladder Control with Go-Less Dietary Supplement – Helps Control the Need to Go to the Bathroom* & Reduce Occasional Urgency* – Supports a Good Night’s Sleep* – Naturally Sourced - 54 Capsules
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    • Helps control the urge to run to the bathroom
    • Helps manage occasional urgency complaints
    • Provides safe and effective bladder control
    • Supports a good night's sleep
    • Around the clock bladder support

    Poise Impressa Incontinence Bladder Supports Sizing Kit, Sizes 1,2,3 (6 count)
    Health and Beauty (Kimberly-Clark Corp. GMA - DROPSHIP)

    Kimberly-Clark Corp. GMA - DROPSHIP

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    • Poise Impressa Bladder Supports Sizing Kit is a non-absorbent, internal product designed to help stop Stress Urinary Incontinence bladder leaks for up to 8 hours. FDA cleared and gynecologist tested, use the Sizing Kit, with 2 of each size, to find the bladder support that works best for you.
    • Bladder supports are an alternative product to incontinence liners and incontinence pads. Poise Impressa are soft, flexible, disposable, ship discreetly and are FSA eligible
    • Impressa Bladder Supports are non-surgical and easily inserted into the vagina, like a tampon, to gently lift and support the urethra for the temporary management of stress incontinence
    • For those with Stress Urinary Incontinence who leak from laughing, sneezing, coughing, dancing and excercising. Can be worn for up to 8 hours in a 24-hour period
    • Poise Impressa Bladder Supports are NOT liners, pads or a tampon. Impressa Bladder Supports are the first over-the-counter, non-absorbent internal incontinence product in the U.S. cleared by the FDA and gynecologist tested to help prevent leaks

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