over50feeling40: AZO: A Natural Way to Control Your Bladder
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Sep 30, 2015

AZO: A Natural Way to Control Your Bladder

I have confessed often on this blog about my struggles with incontinence.  Now, there are innovative, natural products on the market to assist those of dealing with one of life's little annoyances for midlife women. No longer do we just have to accept it, but rather, there are things to try to assist with bladder control.

Of course, exercise for strengthening the pelvic floor is a good place to begin...secondly, go to the local drug or grocery chain and pick up a box of AZO BLADDER CONTROL, a safe and drug-free solution to maintaining a healthy bladder.
 AZO Bladder Control™ with Go-Less® helps to reduce occasional urgency and functions to maintain around-the-clock bladder support.  AZO Bladder Control contains clinically-studied Go-Less, a drug-free, naturally sourced supplement comprised of pumpkin seed extract and soybean isoflavones; ingredients that are proven to support healthy bladder activity and enforce bladder strength. Pumpkin seed extract supports bladder muscle integrity while the soy isoflavones help relax bladder muscles and sustain muscular strength in the pelvic floor.

Just take one capsule three times a day for two weeks.  After that take two capsules a day and you should see the urgency to go as frequently, decrease.

Now, here is the exciting part...AZO would like to give 5 of you a free box to try.

All you have to do is:
1. Go to their Facebook Page and LIKE it...AZO FACEBOOK PAGE
2. Leave a comment on their FACEBOOK PAGE that you would like to try the product for bladder control.
3. Then email me at over50feeling40@gmail.com with your mailing address.  After I match up the comments with the emails, the first five will receive the product.  I will email you and let you know if you are one of the lucky five!
It is exciting to know that now there are healthy alternatives to a pesky little problem.  Try it!

Have a wonderful Wednesday, everyone!

Disclaimer:  I was compensated and provided product for this post, but the words are my own.

1 comment:

  1. I always thought this only happened after having a baby.
    Nope :-)


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