Poise Impressa Bladder Supports Size 2

Poise Impressa Bladder Supports Size 2
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Poise Impressa Bladder Supports Size 2

  • SKU: 853475258
  • UPC: 03600041118
  • Size: 10 EA
  • Manufacturer: POISE

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For the temporary management of stress urinary incontinence in women. Are Poise Impressa bladder supports right for you? Yes if you leak urine when you laugh, cough, sneeze, dance or exercise. Poise bladder supports are for you. This is called stress urinary incontinence. No If you leak urine when you: Have a sudden need or rush to urinate. Poise bladder supports are not for you. This is called urge urinary incontinence. If you have both kinds of urine leaks (mixed incontinence), this product is not for you. Helps prevent leaks for eight hours.

Read the enclosed instruction booklet before use. How it works: Easily inserts into the vagina to support the urethra. Helps prevent leaks while allowing you to use the bathroom normally. If you are new to Poise Impressa bladder supports, you should start with the sizing kit. Use size 1 first. If it feels comfortable and you have little or no urine leaks, then Size 1 is for you! If the product does not feel comfortable or if you still experience bladder leakage, continue to try the next larger size until you find the size that is right for you. Poise Impressa bladder supports can be used for up to 8 hours in a 24 hour period.

Do not use Poise Impressa Bladder supports if you are under the age of 21; are pregnant, may become pregnant, or have given birth within the last 3 months; have experienced unusual or unexpected vaginal bleeding within the last 6 months; have pain or a burning sensation when you urinate (this could be a urinary tract infection); are experiencing vaginal discharge that smells bad, irritation, soreness or itching (this could be a vaginal infection); have had vaginal surgery within the last 3 month; have already been diagnosed by your doctor with a severely dry (atrophic) vagina. Ask a doctor before using if you have pain during intercourse or when inserting a tampon or tampon-like device (this could be an atrophic vagina); often experience difficulty in retaining a tampon or tampon-like device (this could be vaginal prolapse).