Poise Ultra Thin Incontinence Pads, Light Absorbency, Unscented, Regular (30 Count)
Poise Ultra Thin Incontinence Pads, Light Absorbency, Unscented, Regular (30 Count)
Poise Ultra Thin Incontinence Pads, Light Absorbency, Unscented, Regular (30 Count)
Poise Ultra Thin Incontinence Pads, Light Absorbency, Unscented, Regular (30 Count)
Poise Ultra Thin Incontinence Pads, Light Absorbency, Unscented, Regular (30 Count)
Poise Ultra Thin Incontinence Pads, Light Absorbency, Unscented, Regular (30 Count)
Poise Ultra Thin Incontinence Pads, Light Absorbency, Unscented, Regular (30 Count)

Poise Ultra Thin Incontinence Pads, Light Absorbency, Unscented, Regular (30 Count)

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With trusted 3-in-1 protection for dryness, comfort and odor control, Poise incontinence pads give you the confidence and protection you need day or night. Specifically designed to handle unexpected bursts, light absorbency Poise Ultra Thin Pads stay 5X drier than the leading period pads. Plus, they feature our best fit ever, with Thin-Flex technology that allows the pad to move seamlessly with your body. Poise pads for LBL have an absorb-loc core that quickly locks away wetness and odor to help keep you feeling clean and fresh. Poise Ultra Thin incontinence pads are 40 percent thinner than regular Poise pads, and they are individually wrapped so you can tuck them discreetly into your purse, desk drawer or gym bag. This package contains Poise Ultra Thin Light Absorbency Incontinence Pads in regular length. Poise is the number one brand for Light Bladder Leaks.* *Based on market shareFrequently Asked QuestionsWhat is LBL?LBL stands for Light Bladder Leakage, and it affects millions of women. In fact, 1 in 3 women experience Light Bladder Leakage (LBL). LBL is the frequent involuntary leakage of urine. Why do I have bladder leaks? Some of the most common reasons for uninvited leaks include:• Physical changes from childbirth to menopause• Being overweight• Complications from surgery, stroke or chronic diseases• Bladder or urinary tract infections• Bladder irritantsCan I prevent leaks? There are healthy habits you can maintain in order to help prevent leaks.• Track your triggers – Look for patterns in how your bladder reacts to certain spicy and acidic foods and beverages.• Exercise regularly – Reduce leaks by strengthening the muscles of your pelvic floor.• Drink more water – Drink six to seven 8-ounce glasses of water a day to prevent irritation.