I made the mistake of taking Rigby out for a walk recently without first peeing, so by the time I arrived back home, I couldn’t even make it to the bathroom on time.
At least I wasn’t in the middle of Fifth Avenue! While I may be in the minority of women who admit to having bladder issues, I recently learned that half of all women in the U.S. will experience some type of bladder frustration in their lifetimes, according to the Agency of Healthcare Research and Quality. And this can affect a woman’s physical, psychological and social well-being.
In my case, weight gain, menopause, aging, and the hysterectomy I had at 44, all contributed to creating my urinary urgency. “Many women speak of being constantly confronted with their bladder issues, from getting up every hour during the night to use the bathroom, to having anxiety when leaving home because they constantly worry about finding a restroom in time,” says Nicole Bourdeau, Brand Manager at i-Health.
Thank goodness, products are being developed to safely help us deal with our bothersome bladder issues. One of these, AZO Bladder Control® with Go-Less®, is a drug-free option to support normal bladder activity and strength for a healthy bladder routine. This proprietary blend includes pumpkin seed extract, which helps maintain bladder muscle function, along with soy isoflavones, which help maintain strong bladder muscles for better urinary control.*
AZO Products, a trusted urinary and vaginal health brand, found through its research that women were frustrated by the lack of a safe drug-free options for bladder control and many wanted a product that was easy to take and didn’t produce any known side effects.
AZO Bladder Control® can be purchased throughout the country in mass, drug, grocery, club and online retailers for $18.00 to $25.00. And, for a limited time, AZO Bladder Control® is giving away free samples to the first 500 people who click the link below! If you miss out on the free samples, don’t worry—there’s a coupon for you.
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food & Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of AZO. The opinions and text are all mine.