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    AZO Bladder Control with Go-Less Dietary Supplement, Pumpkin Seed Extract, Soy Germ Extract, GMO Free, Gluten Free, Yeast Free, Synthetic Color Free, 54 Count
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    • 60 DAY, 100% MONEY BACK GUARANTEE: Bottled in the U.S.A. Best Bladder Support
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Urinary incontinence, leaky bladder common, but embarrassing topic to bring up ...

Urinary incontinence, leaky bladder common, but embarrassing topic to bring up ... sneezing, jogging or other vigour leads to a loss of control of the bladder. But oftentimes, women must endure the inconveniences of urine leakage while losing the slant as most types of exercise can spur it on. Men don't typically have the same

Embarrassing Bladder Control Issues Often Curable

Urinary incontinence (UI) affects more than 13 million Americans — mostly women and commonly after childbirth, but it is also low-class in men. In fact, one in three women older than 60 is estimated to have bladder control problems.

Scientists find genetic mutation associated with early prostate cancer

Cancer of the prostate, a gland in the spear reproductive system found below the bladder, typically begins to develop among men over 50 and is common among old-fogeyish 's men. About two-thirds of cases grow slowly, and many men harbor the disease without

Maker of Popular Pocket Urinal “Go Guy” Launches International Urinary ...

Maker of Popular Pocket Urinal “Go Guy” Launches International Urinary ... And of positively, boys and men who struggle with urinary incontinence or other bladder control issues can use Go Guy to help carry out their situation in a safe, discreet, convenient and very affordable way.”

Ben Stiller reveals he is now clear of cancer | Daily Mail Online

Men who are newly diagnosed with prostate cancer find themselves with a bewildering array of treatment options – and two major worries.

John Robertson, specialist nurse at Prostate Cancer UK, says: 'The most-asked questions – after 'Will I survive' – are 'Will I be left impotent?' and 'Will I be incontinent?' No man wants either.

'The reality is that if we do treat aggressively then there will be at least temporary problems with erectile function and bladder control. But the good news is that we are now better than ever at telling the difference between cancers that will never really grow much or cause problems, and those that are more aggressive.

'This means we can delay invasive procedures until they are absolutely needed, and there are options that give men a fighting chance of getting back, if not to totally normal, as close to it as needs be.'

Feminine protection napkins are called maxi pads, so for men who have bladder control issues wouldn't they be?

called masculine protection napkins?
If so then the masculine name would be max pads.


If men had to wear max pads once a month, the day would be a holiday! LOL


I thought they were called condoms ? Oh well, whatever gets the job done ! It's probably called adult diapers.


maxi pads are for menstruation - not bladder control issues.

Do women have less bladder control than men???



The reason: Men can tie a knot, women can't.


Yes my mom seems to think so