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Living With Sensitive Bladder

Living With Sensitive Bladder

LIVING WITH SENSITIVE BLADDER Sensitive bladder, or bladder irritation, is quite common and affects most women at some time during their lives.

Typical triggers are cystitis, post birth, hormonal changes and some surgical procedures. According to the Journal of the American Medical Association, almost 70% of all women experience bladder irritation or sensitivity and for these women, having a discreet menstrual product that they can rely on to keep them dry is essential. Women and girls suffering with a sensitive bladder often feel further burdened with the nature of the selection of pads designed for their needs. Now, women of all ages can turn to UndiePads and PantiePads, a remarkable breakthrough that's designed to fit perfectly, look and feel as good as your favorite lingerie, and provide the best protection from wetness and odor.

These disposable panties featuring a one-of-a-kind patented pad that's built right into the panties. The pad keeps a woman fresh, dry and confident without the worry of frequent changes. The unique pad is virtually undetectable and won't slip or slide despite the most strenuous activity. UndiePads and PantiePads can be worn all day long, at work, while traveling, at social engagements or when a hectic schedule doesn't allow time for frequent changes. Women can sleep through the night, in dry, leakproof confidence. Each pair of panties comes with a convenient Toss 'n' Go Bag for discreet disposal.

Although bladder leaks should not be considered an unavoidable part of aging, bladder sensitivity is experienced by many., and incontinence should never get in the way of doing the things you love. To live your life to the fullest, it’s essential for you to rise up against your fear of bladder leaks and say, “I'm confident! I'm in control! It’s not a big deal!”

What measures can be taken at home to prevent overactive bladder symptoms?

There are simple steps that can reduce symptoms of overactive bladder. For example, caffeine may exacerbate urinary urgency and it is potentially an irritant to the bladder. Eliminating caffeine intake can diminish some of the symptoms of overactive bladder.

Some experts suggest that avoidance of certain foods such as chocolate, spicy foods, alcohol, carbonated beverages, and nuts can be beneficial in preventing symptoms of overactive bladder. Others encourage increasing the amount of fiber in diet for people with overactive bladder. Limiting fluid intake can also help to reduce urinary frequency.

Excess weight can put more pressure on the bladder, causing urinary incontinence. Therefore, weight loss can also help with urinary incontinence in general.
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Living With Sensitive Bladder
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