Do you know what LBL is and how it affects people? Well, if you don’t know what it is, you certainly don’t know how it affects people. So, today I’m going to give you an education on LBL, as well as some help if you happen to have it. I will say this, if you are a woman and have had a child, you have had LBL. LBL is Light Bladder Leakage. I’m right aren’t I? Those kids just mess up our bodies.
LBL affects one in three women and is triggered by everyday occurrences like coughing, sneezing, laughing and exercise. Weak pelvic floor muscles, pregnancy, childbirth and weight gain all contribute to LBL. I told you those kids can mess us up!
Lucky for sufferers of LBL, Poise has come to the rescue with their liners and pads. Many women use their bulky period pads to help treat their light bladder leakage but you know, those pads aren’t made for LBL. Poise has several options for treating your LBL, from their regular pads to the new thin-shaped pads, which are 40% thinner than the regular pads. To me that means you can move around a lot easier in the new, thin pads. I tried one out for myself and forgot about it almost immediately.
Do you want to try the new Poise Thin-Shaped Pads for yourself. You can, without even going to the store because Poise is giving away FREE SAMPLES!! Just click on that link to have your’s delivered right to your door.
With the new Poise Thin-Shape pads, you can get back to doing what you love, dancing, hiking, jumping on the trampoline, running a race, jumping rope, the list is endless.
Right now you might be wondering what to do with all of those period pads you have laying around. We put our heads together to come up with some ideas for you because you don’t want to waste them, but you don’t want to wear them either.
Heather watches the show Orange is the New Black. I personally haven’t seen it, so I’m trusting her on this one. She says that it takes place in a prison and since they can’t have a lot to the things on the inside that they have on the outside, they make due by using period pads for things. Heather made this shoes with some left over period pads. Aren’t they stylish?
Other things you can use them for:
Put them in your first aid kit in case someone gets cut really bad, put a pad on it to absorb the blood until it stops.
My friend Cheri suggested using them to start plants because you can water them and the seeds will stay moist.
Get them wet and freeze them to use when you have a headache or need an ice pack.
In the winter, use them as ear muffs. Just attach them to a plain headband.
You deserve better than a period pad for your light bladder leakage. Try out the new Poise Thin-Shape Pads today and live a more free life! Get your free sample right now and Recycle Your Period Pad.
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