As an OB/GYN nurse and a mother of 7 children I can’t begin to emphasize how big of an issue bladder leakage is for a large number of women. Many think this is a problem that only older women face…. this couldn’t be further than the truth.
In the office women tell me their stories about not wanting to let their bladder issues define them. It’s important for me to let my patients and all of you know this is a common concern. In fact it’s not just something that affects aging women; more people in their 20’s experience bladder leakage than those in their 80’s! It’s not just a women’s issue either, men are affected too. Since this is normally not talked about the truth gets hidden under jokes and often shame. I personally have very rarely had trouble with bladder leakage. That too is a misconception; people look at how many kids I’ve had and think it’s a given. They’re wrong! Stress incontinence does not just affect women that have had vaginal births. I’ve given birth to 7 children and have very little to no incontinence. I’ve had patients that have had no children that experience stress incontinence. Bladder leakage can affect anyone; it ‘s not selective to gender, size, age or how many children you’ve had. Bladder Leakage is so common it’s affecting 51 million women, with more under the age of 50 than over the age of 60! Wow, that blows all those stereotypes we’ve come accustomed to hearing.
Since stress incontinence is something so many men and women deal with the next step is making it possible to live life without the stigma. One of the main issues is what to use for incontinence protection while still living and doing all the fun things we want to do.
In comes Depend with their amazing array of products to give us back out freedom! Depend Silhouette Active Fit Briefs are the perfect way to get on with our life without the embarrassment, discomfort or interference stress incontinence can bring. The design and style give the incontinence protection needed while still allowing us to wear our favorite outfits 🙂
My mother-in-law uses Depend Silhouette Active Fit Briefs. As a very slender woman she was worried the briefs would be easily seen under her pants. She often wears cotton pants that are conforming. When she put on the Silhouette Active Fit Briefs I definitely could NOT tell she was wearing anything other than her normal undergarments.
My mother-in-law loves the look and feel and doesn’t have the need to limit where she goes or what she’s going to be wearing. With the lower-rise of the brief it’s just like normal underwear. The most important thing for me; is seeing the boost in confidence she has been experiencing while at the same time having the ultimate best in incontinence protection.
Depend Silhouette Active Fit Briefs come in Beige and Black Silhouette in S/M and L/XL. The package sizes vary as well to meet your needs. Depend wants you to feel comfortable and know what you’re getting to ensure their product is the best for you. Depend wants you happy, with this in mind they’ve made it easy to see if their Silhouette Active Fit Briefs are right for you. “Try Confidence on for Size” by getting your FREE Sample! You’ll get to try their sample pack with 1 black and 1 beige silhouette brief. That way you know how wonderfully protected and comfortable you will be.
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With Depend being committed to bringing an end to the stigma of bladder leakage they have an incredible campaign for all of 2016. Every time someone uploads a picture or video using #Underwareness hashtag and featuring a Depend product they will graciously donate $1 up to 3 MILLION to fund charities that advance the education and research for bladder leakage. That’s pretty cool 🙂
You can show Depend your support for the cause by visiting them on their website www.Underwareness.com and don’t forget to get your FREE sample while you’re there.
Have you or someone you know been looking for incontinence protection? Would you like to put an end to the stigma?