Active Moms: Meet SAM & Poise

This post is sponsored by Poise, views, thoughts and opinions are mine. For some this may be a highly embarrassing topic but I feel why be ashamed of it! Instead, lets look for a solution – which means you need to hear about SAM!

As a Mom to 3 children, I would be lying if I didn’t tell you that I have issues with LBL.

LBL what, you say? It isn’t fun or sexy to talk about light bladder leakage, but if you have had kids (like me), the downside is you might have LBL. One in three women experience Light Bladder Leakage (LBL), which can be triggered by everyday occurrences like coughing, sneezing, laughing or exercise. Many women rely on feminine care products or nothing at all to manage their little leaks because they don’t know there are solutions designed specifically for LBL or they don’t think incontinence products are for them. As the leader in the light incontinence category, Poise brand offers a variety of pads and liners to make it easy to find protection for every woman’s needs.

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These thin and surprisingly absorbent liners feature SAM (Super Absorbent Material) to provide discreet Light Bladder Leakage (LBL) protection that helps keep you dry and comfortable all day long so you can manage life’s little leaks with confidence. Poise Microliners are the thinnest liners in the light incontinence category and are designed to absorb wetness, neutralize odor and stay three times drier than period liners.

One of the hardest things for me to overcome in the past 4 years, after having my last two children, has been feeling confident in the gym. I do NOT run, nor do I do any exercise that involves me jumping high or worse, something like jumping jacks. Before I met Poise Microliners, I suffered through it. To the point I have gotten into arguments with my trainer, where I was nearly crying! I am sorry, but you can berate me for not running across a basketball court all you want. It is right up there with praying you won’t spend a week sneezing with a cold!

After? Well…I can tell you it actually makes me want to try exercises I had quit or deemed I couldn’t do. T-h-i-n, portable, and no one will know your secret! OK, running isn’t going to happen (because, sorry, I hate running…hah!) but now I don’t feel embarrassed anymore.

Would you like to try a free sample of Poise Microliners?

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FTC Disclaimer: This is a sponsored post.

 

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Comments

  1. Barbra says:

    A sneaker sneeze caught me in home depot two weeks ago…

  2. grannyhiker says:

    AT 78 (aging affects the bladder, too), and after 5 pregnancies, of course I need Poise–they are essential! My doc insists that kegels (exercise consting of contracting pelvic floor muscles) help. Like 100 times a day. Yes, kegels do help a bit with the unexpected sneezes and coughs, but when my bladder decides it’s time to contract, there’s absolutely no way I can stop the flow! Of course, at my age, I need the thicker version–Microliners don’t do the job any more.

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