Isn’t It Time You Controlled THIS Urge?

URGE (noun): A strong desire or impulse; need; wish

Life would be pretty boring if we didn’t have urges. We’d no longer dash to the supermarket, right before it closes, for a pint of mint chocolate chip ice cream, or book a trip to Paris on the spur of the moment. And sex wouldn’t be much fun, would it?

We sure can live without certain urges, however, such as the sudden urge to pee, especially if we’re having a hard time “holding it in.” Instead of motivating us, urinary urges can literally stop us in our tracks. If you have them, like I do, you’re far from alone: Half of all women in the U.S. will experience some type of bladder dysfunction in their lifetimes, according to the Agency of Healthcare Research and Quality Review.

Weight gain, menopause and aging are potential reasons for occasional urinary urgency, frequency and interruptions to daily routines. Many women tell me their bladder issues challenge them every day, 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.
AZO Bladder Control with Go-Less is one simple solution to managing urinary urgency. It’s a safe and drug-free dietary supplement that helps to reduce occasional urgency and acts to maintain around-the-clock bladder support. The active ingredient in AZO Bladder Control contains clinically-studied Go-Less, a naturally sourced supplement consisting of pumpkin seed extract and soybean isoflavones,  proven to support healthy bladder activity and enforce bladder strength. It’s another option to prescriptions and over-the-counter options, which can be accompanied by unwanted side effects.
I have not let my urinary urgency impact a single aspect of my life, whether it’s traveling, working, family relationships or social activities. Neither should you. I do urge you to try AZO Bladder Control with Go-Less for one urge you definitely can live without.

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10 FOFs will win. (See official rules, here.) Contest closes May 21, 2015 at midnight E.S.T. Contest limited to residents of the continental U.S.

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