Break the Stigma of Incontinence

Valuable information and tips are brought to you directly from our industry's incontinence experts. MiBladder is proud to partner with Tranquility and Seni brands. These brands are dedicated to educating consumers and providing access to effective, proven products.
Managing the Holidays with Urinary Incontinence
  • Dec 1, 2022
Managing the Holidays with Urinary Incontinence

Whether it's traveling arrangements, social obligations, or gift-buying, this time of year can be stressful. Additionally, if you have incontinence, the added stress can exacerbate your symptoms. Taking part in holiday activities that excite others can cause tension - or worse, fear.

8 Tips to discreetly conceal your absorbent products under clothing
  • Nov 1, 2022
8 Tips to discreetly conceal your absorbent products under clothing

Individuals with incontinence or bladder leakage often feel self-conscious about wearing their continence care supplies around others. Women and men who worry about concealing their products under their clothes may even refrain from venturing out in public or not wear the protective products they need when they're out and about.

incontinence prevent leaks
  • Oct 24, 2022
Are you worried about leaks when exercising?

Using the right incontinence products makes all the difference in your confidence when

Seni Lady vs sanitary pads
  • Oct 1, 2022
Seni Lady vs sanitary pads

Women often hide or use common household methods to deal with incontinence when they become incontinent. They may try to protect their underwear using products such as traditional, thick sanitary pads. Unfortunately, these products don't work well and leave many problems unresolved.

Chafes & Bedsores
  • Sep 1, 2022
Chafes & Bedsores

Chafing happens when a substance or material rubs against the skin or when folds of the skin stick to each other for a prolonged period, causing unpleasant irritation. Elevated temperature, moisture such as urine or sweat, and blocked air supply make chafing happen faster.

Why does your bladder seem small
  • Aug 1, 2022
Why does your bladder seem small

If bladders are all basically the same size, why do you have to pee frequently or at odd times? What is "normal" bladder function?? Under normal circumstances the bladder will: 👉Hold up to half a liter of urine before it is stimulated to empty 👉Fill for 2-4 hours before an urge

Choose A Size
  • Jul 31, 2022
Choose A Size

Choosing the correct size can save you on embarrassing leaks and offer a comfortable secure fitl

How to Choose the correct style and level of incontinence wear.
  • Jul 31, 2022
How to Choose the correct style and level of incontinence wear.

Understanding how to choose the right style and level of incontinence wear is crucial. By knowing this information, leaks, Uti's, and skin irritation can be prevented.

Managing incontinence in the warmer weather
  • Jul 1, 2022
Managing incontinence in the warmer weather

Many people spend the summer months traveling and enjoying the outdoors, but these activities pose unique challenges to those with bladder or bowel issues. When wearing shorts, skirts, or bathing suits, it can be difficult to hide adult diapers or pull-ups, while increased hydration may increase the risk of accidents.

Fecal incontinence
  • Jun 1, 2022
Fecal incontinence

Fecal incontinence is an inconvenience that can lead to embarrassing situations, as well as serious medical issues. This becomes compounded for those that are bedridden and may not be able to use the toilet.

When you walk, cough or sneeze do you experience bladder leaks?
  • May 2, 2022
When you walk, cough or sneeze do you experience bladder leaks?

Ever noticed your friends crossing their legs when they cough or sneeze? That’s because the majority of women over 35 occasionally experience the dreaded mid-cough dribble. No surprise there, since it’s one of the most common incontinence-related symptoms reported by women.

Pregnancy and Incontinence
  • Apr 1, 2022
Pregnancy and Incontinence

The daily volume of urine and the frequency of urination increases during pregnancy. In the I and the II trimester the amount of urine passed during a single bladder voiding increases – in the III trimester the volume drops down, but the urge to visit the toilet is much more frequent.

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