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Csp for weak bladder

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Re: Csp for weak bladder

Postby knees_on » Thu Jan 13, 2011 12:09 am

I find mine fab for those unexpected accidents. I wouldnt expect them to hold it though. Mine are just until I can get to the toilet. Not had leakage yet. I thinj once you tried a few different ones you will definitely find something that works for you.

I just couldnt stand the thought of sposies long term and like you I was jealoous of babys lovely squidgy nappies!!!

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Re: Csp for weak bladder

Postby Amanda » Thu Jan 13, 2011 12:30 am

I'd have thought any liner/light pad would be sufficient if it's something like stress incontinence. I bought mine preloved and can't remember where they're from so no use whatsoever!

northernruth wrote:Don't know if you have seen your doctor about this, but I got a referral to a urologist really easily and actually was seen on the NHS at the Spire hospital and have been referred to physio who have been very helpful. It's not something you have to "put up with", if you haven't already then please mention it to the GP.


Ruth, I saw a physio at the Spire on Monday for the same thing. She sent me away with lots of exercises to be done twice a day and of course I haven't done them :roll: . Until now, of course, am currently clenching and releasing as I type :giggle: Back in three weeks so I better knuckle down and get on with my workouts!

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Re: Csp for weak bladder

Postby Heather London » Thu Jan 13, 2011 9:35 am

Hi I run Luxury Moon and loads of women use pads for all sorts of non menstrual purposes including minor bladder leaks and vaginal discharge for example ovulation times.

Its ideal especially as it is so much more comfortable. You have to choose a pad that will absorb what is needed. For urine a pantyliner may be fine but may not dependent on volume -might need a bit of trial and error. I would also recommend to have at least some PUL backed pads as they are the most reliable backing. Fleece and wool are great but will leak if the pad becomes sodden or there is quick flooding on one small area of the pad. HTH

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