Even Reality Stars Like Kris Jenner Rely on Incontinence Solutions

Reality Star Kris Jenner
Around 15 million adult American women experience issues which require adult incontinence diapers. Even the rich and famous aren't exempt from this pesky issue. Kris Jenner, of Keeping Up with the Kardashians admitted in a 2011 episode that she suffers an incontinence condition after she experienced some leakage while jumping rope and laughing.

This admission led to a trip to the doctor for Kris, which confirmed that she was suffering from stress incontinence. Now, the 57-year-old reality star and showbiz matriarch is helped by adult incontinence diapers until she has bladder surgery to (hopefully) correct the issue before she launches her new talk show this summer and before she begins dating again after her divorce from husband Bruce Jenner.

Though the doctor first recommended Kegel exercises to strengthen her pelvic muscles so she could avoid disposable adult diapers like Abena and Tranquility diapers, these did not help, and the problem got increasingly worse. Kris will go forward with the surgery in the next several weeks so that she can be fully recovered by the time her new FOX talk show begins this summer.

Kris also wishes to be rid of her need for incontinence problems by the time her daughter Kim's baby is born in July.

A lot of men and women suffer from incontinence issues, which often require the best adult diapers, such as Abena diapers, Tranquility diapers, and Prevail diapers. The CareGiver Partnership helps with those needs, and in a discreet and helpful way. Questions? Call us at 800-985-1353.  Our friendly product specialists are here to answer your questions and personally assist you with your individual concerns. We pride ourselves on having one of the most caregiver-friendly websites in the industry. http://www.caregiverpartnership.com/

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