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always discrete reviewRemember the days when you had to worry about wearing white pants because you might bleed through your extra heavy-duty tampon? That was no laughing matter, right? And now, with midlife, just when we thought we were done with those kinds of concerns, many of us have another worry: leaking urine. Yeah, it is literally a “no laughing” matter. And while it might not be red, leaking urine can be just as bad. And yeah, you are not alone. Having a sensitive bladder is a reality for more than 40% of women over 40.

So, if you are one of the many women who has a sensitive bladder, research shows that you are probably not using the right protection– most women are using period protection not bladder protection, which isn’t designed to handle bladder leaks- and you are probably not happy with the results.

I know many women my age (BA50’s, all of them) who have sensitive bladders. They will not do jumping jacks at the gym, because they leak. I know many women my age who stifle a laugh, because with a great big belly laugh, they leak. They worry about coughing and sneezing unexpectedly. I know many women my age, who suffer from “Gotta Go” syndrome—when they gotta go, they gotta go NOW, or they leak. I know many women my age who make it to the bathroom—almost– but not quite. That one has happened to me, for sure. And I know many women my age who have parents who are beginning to suffer from urinary continence.

Sound familiar? When you just try to hold it in, leaky bladders are a big deal—especially when you have to change your life around it. When you have to come home and change your undies in the middle of the day, that’s a big deal. When you worry about whether you smell like urine, that’s a big deal. When a parent leaves a wet spot on the chair at a restaurant, that’s a big deal. So, what’s a gal to do?

Always Discreet® is working to revolutionize the way women manage their sensitive bladders. They want bladder leaks NOT to be a big deal. Always Discreet® absorbs leaks and odors in seconds. If you leak while wearing an Always Discreet® pad—no one will ever know. And you don’t have to go home to change your underwear. Always Discreet® was designed with women’s needs in mind: providing incredible comfort, protection, discretion, and best of all–odor control. Always Discreet® has Odorlock™ Technology: it neutralizes urine odor instantly and continuously. They have a full line of pads, liners, and underwear specifically made for bladder leak protection.

I was given samples of Always Discreet® panty liners, and I got to tell you, I was surprised at how comfortable and thin the pads are. I barely felt like I was wearing any protection at all. Always Discreet® is….well, as the name says, always discreet. Body changes are a natural part of being a woman…and bladder leaks shouldn’t hold anyone back from the activities they love.

With Always Discreet®, you will not have to go home for an underwear change. You won’t ever worry that you smell like pee. You can do those jumping jacks in exercise class, and best of all…you can #laughallyouwant.

To learn more about Always Discreet®, check out their website or Facebook page. This article is a sponsored #ad.

I am participating in a VIN campaign for Always Discreet®. I am receiving a fee for posting; however, the opinions expressed in this post are my own. I am in no way affiliated with Always Discreet® and do not earn a commission or percent of sales.

I am participating in a VIN campaign for Always Discreet. I am receiving a fee for posting; however, the opinions expressed in this post are my own. I am in no way affiliated with Always Discreet and do not earn a commission or percent of sales.

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