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Do You Use Incontinence Supplies? SHHH!!

By Tammy Chamberlain

It’s an uncomfortable issue, but it’s nothing to be ashamed about! Roughly 25 million Americans (75% women) live with it. Millions more care for a loved one with incontinence.  “Incontinence” might be bladder or bowel control issues – or both. Nearly 24M of individuals living with incontinence are fit, on the go individuals. So the fallacy that it mostly affects seniors is vanishing! Without experiencing the loss of control of your bladder or bowel, it’s challenging to imagine the influence it has on a person’s life, resulting in the need for incontinence products such as adult briefs, cloth diapers, wipes, cloths, etc. Can you think of any other conditions that are discussed in such whispered tones as incontinence? Today, bladder weakness, bladder control & other incontinent issues are no longer unexpected. With our rising population, it will become a widespread condition. How often has a small ‘oops’ happened to you when you: *  labored lifting something too heavy? *  were exercising? *  jumped on a trampoline along with the kids or grandkids….or *  had a sudden cough or sneeze – or laugh – that released a minute ‘oops!’ Are you stunned to discover that is mild incontinence? You don’t necessarily want an adult diaper – but what about incontinence underwear or liners?  For moderate or heavier incontinence, you can still use incontinent underwear or other bladder control liners – that aren’t adult diapers. The disabled, the physically challenged, and the elderly commonly develop other issues related to incontinence, other problems that can be embarrassing & difficult for every one involved. We carry incontinence products & incontinence clothing intended for folks living with this issue, that gives each person dignity & peace of mind. Everyday people like you & me live with this concern. People who have disabilities, women who’ve had babies, those who’ve been in life altering accidents, people who go to the gym, the list goes on.  Everyday people like you & I live with incontinence & require incontinence supplies. You Can Shop At Home for Your Incontinence Supplies! Those who live with this issues are aware of the disgrace attached to it. This can lead to embarrassment for the person shopping for adult diapers, bladder control products or other incontinence supplies when they are buying them at their local stores. Have you ever found yourself staring at an barren adult diaper bag, or realized you’d run out of incontinence supplies when the last thing you wanted to do was go out to the stores? No more dashing to the store praying they’ll have adult diapers or adult briefs in your size, or the incontinence products you’ve just run out of. No more wrestling huge incontinence product bags & adult diaper boxes into your car & into your home (in front of the prying eyes of your neighbors)! One of the magnificent things that the internet has brought about, is the ease & anonymity of shopping online for incontinence supplies. This allows the consumer & the caregiver to receive their incontinence supplies discreetly. Before you go anywhere now visit for great prices on your adult diapers & incontinence products. Click here to get great deals on all of your  adult diapers  & other incontinence products. Tammy Chamberlain is an incontinence products specialist at DryDiapersPlus.

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Chamberlain, Tammy "Do You Use Incontinence Supplies? SHHH!!." Do You Use Incontinence Supplies? SHHH!!. 6 Aug. 2010. 26 Sep 2014 <>.

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