Have you ever said this? “Please, stop! You are making me laugh so hard I’m going to pee my pants!” I have and while I hoped everyone thought I was joking, I really wasn’t. Don’t worry about keeping those laugh out loud moments only on your phone, tablet or laptop screen. Try Impressa on for size and see if you can now do a lot of those things you have been wanting to do, but were worried about the possibility of a wee bit of wee wee.
Disclosure: This is a sponsored conversation about a really tough topic. But it’s good to get it all out there – without getting it all out there. All opinions expressed are 100% my own.
Was one your New Year’s Resolutions to get more fit – only to find out that you may be “loosing” more than some weight while you are running, jogging or working out at the gym?
Maybe your winter cold has set in and your cold, cough and sneeze required the use of more than just a tissue for your nose?
Or maybe you are like me, with a recent long car drive, bumpy roads and a full bladder who recently had to demand the husband pull over ASAP. I was so embarrassed by the situation that I made the kids go to the bathroom with me once we did stop. I wished that I was little again and we could carry our handy, dandy potty training kit in the van just for me, like we did when the girls were younger and we were traveling or going to a public park.
Let’s face it, SUI (Stress Urinary Incontinence) is uncomfortable. It’s uncomfortable to experience. It’s uncomfortable to talk about. It’s uncomfortable to deal with. But it doesn’t have to be. There are a quite a few ways and products out there which can help you deal with it, but one which might impress you the most is Poise newest and discreetest product, Impressa.
What is Impressa?
I’m shopping at Walmart in “that” aisle. You know the one where you hope no one is noticing you. You send your husband to another area of the store far, far away to pick up something you just HAVE to have but only thought of now? Yeah, that aisle, and I find Poise Impressa and the Poise Impressa Sizing Kit.
Impressa is different from other SUI products. First of all it’s not a one size fits all solution. I mean my jeans don’t fit my best friend. Why assume that all things feminine are the same size? The Poise Impressa Incontinence Bladder Supports Sizing Kit addresses that with the sizing kit, which offers 6 items in each box. Inside the box there are 2 of each size, 1, 2 and 3. This gives you the chance to try them on for size before you buy them, and make sure that the fit is not only comfortable by effective. Start with size 1 and make changes as needed. It’s made to fit our unique internal shape, much like the different types of tampons we use.
There’s something else different about Impressa. Wouldn’t it be nice to stop leaks before they happen? That’s the difference with Impressa. It’s not a pad which absorbs leaks. It provides actual support to your body, providing the opportunity to possibly stop leaks before they happen. It uses non-absorbing material which is removable and designed to provide support. You wear it just like you do a tampon.
Of course results vary. Just like not every jean fits every woman, or every pad or tampon works the way we need it to. For some it may stop leaks, for others leaks may decrease. Yet for others it may not be effective. But wouldn’t it be nice to feel more confident that a little bit of “stress” isn’t going to stop you?
Have more questions? Want to know what the experts have to say about Impressa? Head over to the FAQ page and find out the answers to frequently asked questions, and even (while supplies last) pick up a coupon to help with your next purchase.
I can’t be the only one out there with experiences like this. Statistics say that 1 in 3 women* experience SUI. Why not try Impressa on for size? What have you got to lose? Well …except for the obvious.
Disclaimer: None of this is to be construed at medical advice. Impressa is designed to be a temporary managemtn of SUI. Please consult your physician, if you are experiencing any of these symptoms for the first time and to get more information about Stress Urinary Incontinence.
*Source: A Patient’s Guide to SUI