LBL Shouldn't Be Taboo Among Women



There is one thing that my husband will never understand about women.  It isn't that have to have to match our shoes to our outfits.  It isn't why we won't pair black and brown together.  It isn't even why it takes so long to apply makeup.  It's how we instantly bond with each other when talking about out children and our pregnancies.  

I'm normally shy and reserved when I meet new people.  The conversation can sometimes be a struggle until someone mentions their kids.  I love to talk about my kids, so this can really start to get me talking.  It almost always comes back to pregnancy and child birth.  I'll admit that I probably wouldn't share my daily plans, but I'll talk about my pregnancies with a total stranger.  

Not only do women talk about being pregnant, but they also talk about delivery and nursing.  In intimate details.  Have you noticed yourself talking to an almost stranger about things that wouldn't share with your family from those first few days in the hospital?  

Internet groups are another popular place that women like to exchange stories with each other.  Again, we will talk about the same things and even more because we have some anonymity behind our computer screens.  

We talk about every aspect of having our babies, and we talk about what happens after delivery. But there's one subject that's fairly taboo, even among good friends. 



According to Poise, stress incontinence affects almost 50 percent of women who have given birth by the time they are 40.  So chances are, your friends are experiencing the same thing that you are.

You might be tempted to use period pads or liners for LBL, but they aren't made for that.  Poise liners locks wetness and odor to keep you fresher.  


Luckily, Sam's Club has a great deal on Poise liners. You can save up to $4 off regular price by buying them there. 




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