Managing Incontinence as Your Body Changes

As you near menopause, the lining of the urethra thins as your estrogen levels begin dropping. This lack of estrogen may cause your pelvic muscles to weaken, causing a loss of bladder control. Nearly half of postmenopausal women deal with some degree of bladder leaks, from leaking a little urine to completely emptying your bladder before you make it to the bathroom.

Common signs

  • • Sudden urge to go to the bathroom without little to no warning.
  • • Leaking or loss of control when you laugh, sneeze, cough or exercise.
  • • Constant urge to urinate even if your bladder is empty.

Kegel exercises can help strengthen your pelvic floor muscles and there are lots of medications available to treat urinary incontinence. Some treatments need time to start working, therefore we offer a wide range of absorbency products to offer discreet protection from light to heavy leaks.

Step 1 For Drips and Dribbles


From light drips to moderate leaks, insert into your regular underwear.
Step 2 Prevent Leaks and Odor


Protect against leaks and odor, pull-on with tear-away sides.
Step 3 Booster Your Protection


Add to disposable underwear for double absorbency to keep skin dryer.

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