New Seni Lady Bladder Control pads...Poised for Success...Always

1 in 3 women report experiencing light bladder leakage. 
A new choice in bladder control… imported from Europe

If you are experiencing light bladder leakage (LBL) you may feel embarrassed and isolated. Many women wonder how this could happen to them. They are worried they will have to use an adult diaper to deal with their incontinence.

1 in 3 like me

It is important to know light bladder leakage is extremely common and 1 in 3 women report experiencing it. The causes for this can vary. The physical stress of pregnancy and childbirth along with the hormonal changes which happen at menopause can bring on light bladder leakage as well as other assorted causes. The good news is if you are experiencing this issue is that you know you are not alone. There are many quality incontinence supplies which can help you manage your symptoms. Most of these aren’t available in the stores due to lack of shelf space.

Period only pads like Always are not the right solution

Many women use period only pads like Always to help manage their light bladder leakage. It is important to know period pads are not made like bladder control pads. When you are using a bladder control pad you are using incontinence supplies which are specifically designed to absorb urine. That’s because they contain SAM - super absorbent material. Period only pads like Always don’t and that is why they don’t work nearly as well.

You may be wondering where you can find the right incontinence products to manage your light bladder leakage. The answer can be as simple as a phone call to The CareGiver Partnership. The nice ladies there know incontinence products inside and out and will take as much time as needed to help explain things. They’ve been helping the millions of ladies with incontinence for over 10 years.

New Seni Pads Now Being Imported from Europe
Incontinence products sold in Europe tend to be much more absorbent than those typically sold in the U.S. That’s why The Caregiver Partnership is introducing a new line from Europe to U.S. consumers. This new super premium brand is called Seni. Best of all, you can try samples to figure out what might work best for you before committing to a case. The samples are free, but they do charge $3.49 for postage.

Seni Lady Bladder Control Pads

Seni offers bladder control pads for the active woman for moderate bladder leakage needs - a pad that won’t slow her down. Seni Lady Bladder control pads are made with Superabsorbent Material (SAM) and are the better choice. These bladder control pads can help you to stay fresh and confident. Here are 3 additional reasons why Seni Lady Bladder control pads are the better, more effective choice:

  • Seni Lady Bladder Control Pads come in 3 different sizes and absorbencies. Women can choose the absorbency and size which works best for their specific need. The Seni Lady Bladder control pads come in maximum, ultimate, and ultimate long. Each offers a certain level of absorbency and length so the wearer can find what is comfortable for her to use. 
  • Seni Lady Bladder Control Pads have a superabsorbent core that locks in moisture and odor. All of the Seni incontinence products are made with a superabsorbent core which pulls wetness away from the skin and locks odor in as well. This way the wearer can be confident she is being protected from leaks and accidents and is being discreet in managing her incontinence. 
  • Seni Lady Bladder Control Pads can be worn with normal underwear. Most women with light bladder leakage want to be able to wear their own underwear. The wide adhesive strip on the Seni Lady Bladder control pads fastens securely to regular underwear to keep it securely in place so the wearer can go about her day feel fresh and confident. 
There’s more… get real help from real people

The Caregiver Partnership are incontinence products experts. Unlike the big box stores which usually only offer 3 brands of incontinence products, The CareGiver Partnership shops the world over to find the best incontinence products - those used by consumers and professionals alike. They offer over 733 choices -- ten times more brands, styles, sizes and absorbencies than even the big box stores. And, they have knowledgeable Product Specialists you can speak with.

However, even when you have an idea of what incontinence products you are looking for it can still be overwhelming. That’s why the free & easy Incontinence Product Finder was developed. It saves you time, money and frustration by making it easy to sort through hundreds of products - fast. And since most people have no idea what the real difference is between a brief, pull-on underwear, booster pad, shield, they offer this simple, yet handy chart.

The video below explains how the Incontinence Product Finder works.

Did you know those buying incontinence products for the first time waste $130 on average in trial and error mode trying to figure out what will work best for them. This is research from the makers of Depend and Poise. The CareGiver Partnership recognizes this and that’s why they provide online tools to help you select the best choice. They also have a team of Product Specialist who are expert on all the products offered and can send you samples ($3.49 each) to try before you buy. Questions? Call them at 1-800-985-1353.

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About The CareGiver Partnership. The CareGiver Partnership helps caregivers and their loved ones with answers to their caregiving questions, including information about home health care products and supplies, from our Wisconsin-based team of Product Specialists who are all current or former caregivers. The company’s Web site provides the largest online library of resources on subjects most important to caregivers — from arthritis to assisted living, and Parkinson’s to prostate cancer — as well as access to more than 3,000 home care products for incontinence, skin care, mobility, home safety and daily living aids. The CareGiver Partnership was founded in 2004 by Lynn Wilson of Neenah, Wisc. Visit to learn more or call 1-800-985-1353.


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