What to Wear for Bladder Leakage

Last Updated on April 2, 2015 by Ellen Christian

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I remember a lot of firsts in my life: my first kiss, my first car, my first job. You get the idea. There are a lot of great firsts that I look back on fondly. I don’t look back with fondness on the first time I experienced light bladder leakage. I was getting over bronchitis and I could not stop coughing and it happened. My first thought was that I’m too young for this problem.

What to Wear for Bladder Leakage #dropyourpants for #underwareness
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What to Wear for Bladder Leakage

Unfortunately, I wasn’t too young for this problem.  Bladder leakage isn’t an issue that only effects our grandmothers. It can happen to anyone, at any age. Light bladder leakage doesn’t have to call a halt to all the fun activities you like to participate in and it doesn’t mean you have to start wearing your grandmother’s polyester pants.

Depend provides a variety of discreet products that help people regain their freedom and get their lives back, including:

  • Depend Real Fit for Men and Silhouette for Women briefs: Look, fit and feel like real underwear and feature a cloth-like fabric for a sleek, ultra-smooth fit.
  • Depend Underwear with Fit-Flex protection: Features more Lycra stands for a smooth and comfortable close-to-the-body fit.

So what can you wear when you have bladder leakage? With these Depend products, what to wear for bladder leakage isn’t an issue. You can wear anything you want including your favorite skinny jeans.

What to Wear for Bladder Leakage #dropyourpants for #underwareness

Depend is trying to bring awareness about bladder leakage with this fun promotion. Depend will be donate $1, up to $3 million, over the next three years to charities that advance the research, education and awareness of bladder leakage for:

  • Every pant drop, photo and video shared Using #Underwareness and #DropYourPants; and
  • Every personal video made about what Underwareness means to you that is uploaded to YouTube and tagged #Underwareness and #DropYourPants

Make sure you visit the Underwareness landing page to join the movement and request free samples of Depend.


14 thoughts on “What to Wear for Bladder Leakage”

  1. HIGH FIVE, Ellen! Thanks for bringing attention to how common bladder leakage is! I'm a women's health physical therapist (now focusing primarily on women's fitness) and effectively strengthening the pelvic floor muscles to prevent and treat bladder leakage is a huge part of what I talk about with my clients. It always makes people squirm at first, but heck --- it's reality for so many of us! Great job bringing awareness to this women's health issue. If people are interested in ways to help PREVENT using Depends, they might be interested in this post: http://femfusionfitness.com/healthy-bladder-good-posture/ (I hope you don't mind me sharing a link!)
    • Hi Brianne - Thanks for stopping by and sharing the link. It's good to know there are things people can do proactively!
  2. I love the ad too! When it happens to you it's all you can think about so thankfully there is help and others who understand, thank goodness.
  3. Wow, what a great fundraiser!! Love how they put a twist on bringing attention to such an important issue like bladder leakage. Great post Ellen!!
  4. N ow that's a fun promotion that gives back--that ad photo just cracks me up--I know its a serious issue that many people suffer from--but its funny the way that they are bringing attention to it--it's going to work for sure!

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