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Don’t Let Menopause Hold You Back

This post is sponsored by TENA Intimates.


Menopause Month is finally here so that means it’s time to end the stigma and start celebrating the many perks to getting older. You have more life experience, time to do things you may have once set aside, and the freedom to live the life you’ve been working for all these years.

If menopause related bladder weakness is putting a damper on your day-to-day lifestyle, you’re not alone. While the common symptoms of menopause are typically well-known, many people shy away from discussing how it affects the urinary tract. Bladder weakness is common amongst women as they get older due to hormonal changes affecting abdominal muscles causing the bladder to change position as well as vaginal and urinary tract tissue becoming drier, thinner, and less elastic.

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Have no fear—TENA is here with the tips & tricks you need to keep bladder weakness at bay.

TENA’s Top 3 Tips to Make Menopause Manageable

  1. Ask your doctor if estrogen treatment in the form of creams or vaginal suppositories could work for you. Finding the perfect solution to your symptoms can be tough, but you won’t know what works until you ask.
  2. Add Kegel exercises to your daily routine. With just a few minutes of pelvic floor training every day, you could reduce the risk of leaks or even completely get rid of them.
  3. TENA Intimates Pads are the perfect way to manage menopause related leakage while remaining discreet and safe for your most sensitive skin. 100% breathable with TENA Triple Protection and ProSkin Technology, these fast-absorbing pads keep you fresh and clean all day and night. Gynecologist tested to NOT irritate intimate skin, TENA Intimates cover anything from drips and dribbles to total overnight protection—so you can stop worrying and start aging joyfully!
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