Mommy Finds: So Sure Bladder Leakage Pads

Noong buntis ako, konting tawa, oopss! may konting wiwi na lumalabas.. yuck pero I know, you moms can relate to that.

That’s one of the reasons why yeast infection and UTI is very common to pregnant moms.

Aside from the morning sickness, nausea there are possible urinary and vaginal issues.

Don’t worry—these are all very normal in pregnancy. Your body is changing and working overtime every second to form that little bundle of joy, so you may want to take it easy on yourself as to why you may be experiencing quite a couple of not-so-pretty conditions and problems.

So Sure preggy

Pregnancy has its ups and downs, but thankfully, these are all temporary and always worth it once you see your little one for the very first time.

Here are some of the very common vaginal problems moms-to-be encounter during pregnancy:

  • Candidiasis

Also known as yeast infection. This is caused by the hormone changes in your body that disrupt the pH balance of your vagina. Its symptoms are vaginal itching and a white, thick discharge that resembles cottage cheese. Candidiasis can be easily treated by over the counter medications but you must seek your doctor’s advise if you suspect to have this problem.

 

  • Stress incontinence

Ever experienced a bit of pee leaking after a big sneeze or when you laugh? It can be embarrassing but remember—this is completely normal in pregnancy. Stress incontinence is caused by the pressure your ever-growing uterus places on your bladder which often causes less control. Prevent this condition through Kegel exercises—which is by stopping your urine stream for a few seconds at a time every time you pee. Kegels strengthens your urethra and the muscles around your vagina and anus. This exercise is especially helpful to prepare for normal childbirth delivery. Kegels also help prevent incontinence post-delivery.

 

  • Urinary Tract Infection (UTI)

One to three percent of women encounter a urinary tract infection during their pregnancy. This is again caused by your expanding uterus which crowds your bladder. It prevents you from emptying your bladder completely, thereby exposing it to bacteria for longer periods of time. Making sure you are faithful in going to all your OB visits for your pre-natal checkups can help you avoid and prevent developing UTI. As your pregnancy progresses, your doctor will most likely request for you to take a few exams to ensure you do not have any infection that will not affect you or your baby.

 

These common urinary and vaginal problems in pregnancy may be troublesome and even embarrassing at some point, but you do not have to add this to your list of worries any longer.

 

So Sure Bladder Leakage Pad is a high-quality incontinence pad that is essential from pregnancy to childbirth. Additionally, it has antibacterial, antifungal, and has odor control features that are also safe for pregnant women to use. Mothers-to-be can have one less thing to think about with So Sure Bladder Leakage Pad.

 

A recent test by registered chemist Yasmin D.G. Edañol of the Institute of Chemistry of the University of the Philippines showed that “test results with existing studies provide strong claims that the product is superabsorbent and has antimicrobial and odor controlling properties. In addition, the product is hypoallergenic and non-toxic for everyone including pregnant women. People suffering from urinary incontinence or involuntary urination will definitely benefit from this product by minimizing the discomfort brought upon by UI as it can absorb 3x the capacity of an imported brand while providing up to 4 hours of freshness.”

 

He adds, “The lock-in wetness feature of the pads ensures that no leakage occurs even at full capacity. Finally, the pads can prevent odor emission for 4 hours even at full capacity.”

 

Enjoy a carefree pregnancy with So Sure Bladder Leakage Pad. It is available in two sizes, 340 mm for light drips or spurts and 450 mm for burst or surges. So Sure Bladder Leakage Pad can even be used post-delivery for any discharges from urine to blood.

Where to buy?

Mercury Drugstore, Waltermart and selected Robinson Department Store (and other beauty section nationwide)

How much? 
PHP 204 (340mm, 24 pieces)

PHP 294 (450mm, 24 pieces)

 

How I wish I already know about this product before, but thankful I can use this on my next pregnancy…

 

 

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