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Light bladder leakage, anal leaking, or any kind of loss of control over bladder or bowel can be not just frustrating, but a real challenge to deal with. Every day life goes on, even if you don’t feel comfortable.
Incontinence is the secret condition millions face. In fact, most women wait over 6-years to speak to a physician and seek treatment. Men a little less, but still years. Why wait? Why suffer needlessly? Bladder and bowel control problems aren’t something you just have to live with. There are treatment and management options that can improve symptoms, and help sufferers lead a life with normalcy and dignity. But the first step is talking to a health care professional and seeking treatment.
Many with incontinence avoid social situations and end up isolated and depressed. The correlation between depression and incontinence is staggering. Fears and anxiety over possible leaks, embarrassing situations turn into isolation and loneliness. This does not have to be the case. With the right treatment plan, and the right tools, incontinence does not have to stop you from living.
The right tools are usually a plan of action, the right absorbent products, and incontinence supplies. The active adult can stay active despite leaks with products designed for that lifestyle. The curvy woman doesn’t have to worry about pads bunching, or leaks happening if she wears a light bladder leakage pad designed for her fuller figure. Skin can be protected, odor reduced, and nighttime comfort increased with the right products and tools.
Visit The CareGiver Partnership or call 800-985-1353 M-F 9-4 CST to talk to a product specialists. This team of incontinence product specialists can help you figure out what tools will fit your needs best, and help you order samples so you can try before buying bulk.
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1. Start with an official diagnosis and cause.
There are many different types of incontinence, and many causes. It can be treatable, so figure out why you are suffering and what can be done.
2. Look at your treatment options.
Treatment does not have to be costly or pharmaceutical. Often, something as simple as pelvic muscle strengthening exercises can reduce symptoms and increase normalcy.
3. Learn to manage incontinence in a way that enhances normalcy and dignity.
Find the right products, get the support and help you need to stop isolating and start engaging.
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