What is it that holds us back? Sometimes it's something quite practical -- like the two herniated disks in my lower back -- or the fact that I've had four children and even a sneeze can result in something embarrassing. But sometimes it's not wanting to get out of our comfort zone.
Life is, and has always been, messy. Our bodies are beautiful marvels of nature but they’re often held to unreachable standards. It’s time to stop the madness and accept the fact that these are not things to be embarrassed about, these are just facts of life!
More Canadians experience bladder leakage than you might have thought. From the AOL Partner Studio
Five foods you should stay away from if you're prone to bladder leakage
The fascinating evolution of adult disposable diapers. From the AOL Partner Studio
It’s always important to have regular checkups to make sure our bodies are in tip-top shape. But for women over the age of 35, it’s especially imperative as the risk of developing age-related illnesses increases at that point. But having conversations about health concerns can be nerve-wracking. What questions do we ask our doctor and how do we make sure we’re getting the most out of our consultations?
It may feel like you’re the only one experiencing adult acne or bladder leakage, but these “embarrassing” health problems are more common than you think.
We tackle the myths and facts about bladder leakage so you can better understand and treat this common affliction.
From pregnancy to the nuisance that is getting a manicure, here are a few things only the ladies will ever know about
Don’t have to give up the things you love because of bladder leakage. Tips here