This is sponsored content written by me in partnership with Depend®. All opinions are my own.
When you're a mom, you really can't afford interruptions and inconveniences. With two kids under age ten, we're constantly on the go, which means that I don't do a lot of sitting. After having two babies, I have experienced all sorts of changes within my body, which have lead to having to deal with interesting, and sometimes even embarrassing situations. No one wants to be caught off guard in an ever-moving world.
Did you know that nearly 65 million Americans suffer from bladder leakage in one form or another? Neither did I- until I became one of them. Throughout both of my pregnancies, I suffered from occasional bladder leakage. I chalked it up to being a pregnant woman and assumed that it would go away after I gave birth. I couldn't have been more wrong. Little did I know, the issue just became worse after I gave birth, and gave way to a weakened bladder. Little things trigger the embarrassing leakage, such as sneezing, laughing, and even activities like aerobic walking and jogging.
I have two small kids to keep up with, and I definitely don't have time for 'oops moments'. Keeping up with my kids is a sport in and of itself, and I intend to succeed, without occasional bladder leakage getting in my way. We always seem to have a full calendar, which means that I pretty much never stop, unless my head is hitting the pillow at bedtime. I need to be able to go on about my day, making sure that everything gets done, and that everyone in my family is taken care of.
We're also a family that loves to travel. On average, we take at least one trip a month, and there's always a lot of driving and time spent in the car. You never know what might trigger that pesky bladder leakage- though I have learned over the years that it can be anything from a little bump in the road to having to wait a long time between bathroom breaks.
I'm taking back control over my life, thanks to Depend®. Far too often, women suffer from embarrassing incontinence, thinking that there aren't any options or solutions.
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Life is just flying by with my amazing kids. I don't want to miss a single minute of it- especially not because of being sidelined by incontinence. I have truly come to depend on Depend® products, and am so thankful that I got over the hurdle of simply trying them out. Life is certainly more comfortable and more enjoyable now and I'm looking forward to years of many more adventures without slowing down.
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This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Depend®. The opinions and text are all mine.