Getting to the source of occasional bladder leakage

This article has been created in partnership with AZO Bladder Control® with Go-Less® and all stories and opinions are my own. Please consult with your doctor or health care professional for medical advice.

Getting to the source of occasional bladder leakage

If you are experiencing occasional bladder leakage, let me assure you, you´re far from being alone in this. I have a whole series of stories about leakage, that started after I had baby number one, at 37. I remember pushing her stroller during one of our outings, a few months after she was born, and feeling the urge to go. And well, whaddya know. I thought I could hold it but … I wet my pants. Quite literally. I remember tying a jean jacket around my waist, because I was wearing light colored pants and the wetness was quite noticeable! Thankfully, chatting with friends my age and especially other moms, I quickly found I was in good company and others occasionally experience this as well. Ah, there is nothing like wetting your pants all over again, telling the story to your girlfriends!

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Now, I´m in midlife, when hormonal shifts can lead to naturally weaker bladder muscles. So I find myself bumping into my husband in the middle of the night, and not precisely in bed. We cross paths during our midnight visits to the bathroom! Then it takes me a bit to get settled down and fall asleep again. I´ve thought of drinking less water in the evening to help reduce these nightly bathroom trips, but I need to stay hydrated! I practice sports and yoga and I live in hot and humid Florida. So drinking less water is not an option.

There are ways to deal with occasional bladder leakage that can be both empowering and convenient. AZO Bladder Control® supplement focuses on the source, helping to reduce occasional bladder leakage and urgency. It is naturally sourced, safe and drug-free and supports bladder health. This means, for me, a more restful night of sleep, and being able to keep up my active lifestyle without a care. AZO Bladder Control® with Go-Less® helps reduce occasional bladder leakage from laughing, coughing, sneezing, exercise.

Bladder leakage is a common issue in women over 35, so it's important to target the source of the matter. #midlife #bladderleakage #ad

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Lorraine C. Ladish

Bilingual and bicultural Latina editor, writer, speaker, influencer, yoga teacher (RYT500) wife and mom. Founder of Viva Fifty! Published author of 18 books. Her most recent book Your Best Age was released by HarperCollins in September of 2017.

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