Bladder leakage — it’s not a big deal!

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Bladder leakage.

Don’t be shy about it. It’s not a big deal. It really isn’t. In fact, one-third of American women deal with it. More than 51 million women. That’s pretty darn common. Odds are, if you don’t experience it, you know someone (or several someones) who do.

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That’s because there are so many situations and conditions that can cause bladder leakage — diabetes, for instance, or pregnancy and childbirth, as well as certain medications and health conditions. It’s really no big deal.

Of course, when I first experienced it, I didn’t think that. I thought it was a really big deal, and I thought it was something I had to keep to myself because I was young (in my early 30s). Bladder leakage is something that happens when you’re old, right? Right??

Wrong.

More women in their 20s experience bladder leakage than women in their 80s. True!

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So, it really shouldn’t have been a big deal when I experienced bladder leakage. Like that time I was jumping on our trampoline. It looked like fun — and it was exercise! After a few jumps, I realized, uh oh. I experienced bladder leakage.

Or when someone was telling me an insanely funny story and I laughed and laughed…and laughed some more. And then I realized, uh oh. I experienced bladder leakage.

No one was aware of what happened either time, but I thought it was a big deal. Even though I had four kids and a major back injury, along with nerve damage and medications that can affect your bladder, I felt like this was something that couldn’t (or shouldn’t) happen to me. But it was — it is — and it’s not a big deal. But how to deal with it?

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Depend Silhouette Active Fit briefs!

They are such a revolutionary product, offering moderate absorbency with a thin design for comfort and protection. Depend Silhouette Active Fit briefs are low-rise briefs that provide the look, fit, and feel of underwear. And you can try them out for free — just request your free sample of Depend Silhouette Active Fit!

Depend has partnered with CVS Health to support women who are dealing with bladder leakage. Through this collaboration, Depend and CVS Health want to help women on their journey to better health. You can learn more about Depend Silhouette Active Fit at CVS.

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Don’t forget, Depend is still doing what it can to raise Underwareness, their social and charitable cause to shed the stigma of bladder leakage. Depend is donating up to $3 million to charity to further research on bladder leakage. All you have to do is share a photo or video with the hashtag #Underwareness on social media — and Depend will donate $1!

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