Always Discreet Helps Provide Protection For Women With Bladder Leaks

This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Always Discreet. The opinions and text are all mine.

Hey curvy girls all over the world,

When it comes to a list of awkward and shy topics of conversation, you can put bladder leakage somewhere in the top 5. You will be surprised at how many women, both young and mature, deal with the issue. I had no idea but in fact, 1-in-3 women experience bladder leaks and 1-in-2 African American women experience bladder leaks. Yup, you heard that right. And believe it or not, many of those who recognize that they have bladder leakage don’t use the right kind of protection to manage it…only 1-in-9 African American women use bladder leakage products! You would think there would be more!

The first time I experienced bladder leakage was after giving birth to my son. No one really tells you the changes your body goes through after giving birth. One of the issues I had as a first time mom was having a weak bladder. I started noticing I had to go to the bathroom more often than usual. My bladder felt as if it were about to burst. The next thing I knew, I was experiencing bladder leakage. I was ashamed and kept it to myself. I use to wear panty liners for extra protection.

Sometimes if I am hanging out with my friends or at a fun blogger event where I’m moving around a lot and laughing, bladder leakage occurs. Sometimes I can feel it. Since I found out about the number of products Always Discreet has to protect against bladder leakage, I make sure I carry the Always Discreet pads in my purse, right along with my lip gloss and wallet. The pads are small enough to fit in my bag.

Well, when it comes to protection against bladder leakage, one of the brands that always has a girl’s back is Always. They have a line of feminine products called Always Discreet which specifically helps with bladder leakage and they’re so “discreet” you hardly know you’re wearing them. Before you start turning up your face, bladder leakage is actually a very common and normal part of being a woman. Some women experience it after giving birth and you can really experience it at any age.

The RapidDry technology turns liquid to gel so that it can absorb 4x more than period pads of a similar size. More importantly, the pads are 45% thinner than the leading incontinence brand. The thinner size made it so much more comfortable and wearable. I just don’t notice I am wearing a pad.

If you’re not sure whether or not you have bladder leakage, there are a few things to consider. If you have a weak or sensitive bladder, pee when you laugh or feel like you lose control when it’s time to go to the bathroom, you may want to try Always Discreet.

If you’re not sure Always Discreet is right for you, ask yourself these questions – Do I pee a little when I laugh?… and then end with if you answered yes to any of these questions, you might want try Always Discreet.

Always Discreet offers several forms including liners, pads and underwear to help women manage their light, medium and heavy bladder leaks.

Even though there’s Always Discreet underwear, personally, I’m a fan of the regular length pads. They offer moderate protection and rapid dry odor lock protection. Plus, when I wear them, it doesn’t feel like I have a pad on. Always Discreet pads move comfortably with my body whether I’m walking, dancing, or just laughing.

You can find out more about Always Discreet products by visiting here.

This content was sponsored by Always Discreet. All thoughts and opinions are my own.


  1. July 1, 2017 / 10:31 am

    I started having bladder leaks after my pregnancy. I need to check these out.

  2. July 1, 2017 / 10:32 am

    I pee a little when I laugh but never associated it with bladder leakage.

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