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Adults are funny about bodily functions. Though we all urinate and move our bowels, very few of us ever want to talk about it, even with our doctor or close friend. Instead, women might do a little searching on the internet to see if their bladder problems are normal. We might even stumble upon a few blogs or news articles that claim bladder problems are just a part of being a mom, and there’s nothing we can do about it. So,...

You felt a little leakage the last time your best friend made you laugh so hard you snorted. Does that mean you have the same kind of incontinence as your friend who has to get out of bed at least twice a night to pee? Absolutely not. Bladder issues are as varied as the women who experience them, and not all incontinence issues have the same causes or symptoms. In this post, we’ll take a look at the five types of...

There are approximately 25 million adult Americans who suffer from some form of urinary incontinence, and between 75 and 80 percent of them are women. Even more shocking is the fact that most women live with the symptoms of an overactive bladder for over six years before talking to a medical professional about their bladder problems. Bladder Problems Don't Have To Consume Your Life At Healthy Bladder, we’re dedicated to reducing this statistic. We believe that all women deserve to live worry-free,...

At Healthy Bladder, we’re proud to offer a high quality product for bladder health that incorporates the finest natural ingredients. Each one of these 13 ingredients were carefully selected because they have the power to help women conquer their bladder health issues. In the past, we’ve taken an in-depth look at the marshmallow plant, an essential ingredient in Healthy Bladder Plus™, and today we’ll turn our magnifying glass onto another amazing food: flaxseed. What is Flaxseed? Many people have never encountered flaxseed before...

No woman should have to worry about her bladder embarrassing her, but urinary incontinence is an unfortunately common issue. Many women wear pads and disposable underwear on a daily basis to catch and hide accidents while others lack social confidence because of the fear and anxiety that comes from constantly worrying about leaks. If you’ve ever been embarrassed by an unexpected accident, then you understand the frustration of being unable to control your bladder. Because incontinence can be caused by a...

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