Did you know that more people in their 20’s experience bladder leakage than those in their 80’s! For a mom that was actually no surprise and when I posted this awesome product in my online moms group, I found out that there were far more uses for Depend Silhouette ActiveFit® than I even knew about.
It wasn’t that long ago that I had a little baby living on my bladder making every uncomfortable effort to accidentally make me pee my pants. I remember being pregnant with my oldest on Thanksgiving and getting ready for our family gathering. The little boy kicked me directly in the bladder as I was brushing my teeth and that was the first time I totally peed my pants as an adult. It was hysterical and honestly is a reality for most mothers out there. It would have been nice to have Depend Silhouette ActiveFit® on hand that day.
|You can get yours in the feminine hygiene isle at your local store|
That little story brought me to a couple other ideas for using depends to help the 65 million people that are experiencing bladder leakage.
- During Pregnancy: Like my story above, wearing Depends in the later stages of pregnancy could easily help avoid an embarrassing moment.
- Pre-Labor: Many of the moms in my online group used Depends the last couple weeks of their pregnancy to have something protectant on to catch the water if they went into labor. Great way to save upholstery!
- After delivery: If you have had a baby, you know that after delivery there is a lot of leakage. A lot of women use the disposable Depend Silhouette ActiveFit® instead of the bulky pads to help avoid those embarrassing leaks.
- Beyond: Bladder leakage is a real thing and can lead to many losing confidence. Depend Silhouette ActiveFit® can help restore that confidence and you won’t even know they are there.
Depend Silhouette ActiveFit® offer a lower rise for an underwear look and feel. They come in two colors; beige and black and they have a moderate absorbency thin design that you can wear without feeling conscious.
Disclosure: Thank you to Depend for sponsoring today’s post about the #underwareness movement.