Behind Closed Doors
Always Discreet have recently carried out a survey that revealed 1 in 3 women in the UK over the age of 18 suffer from sensitive bladder. That is an estimated 12 million women in the UK. This condition is one of the biggest taboos still remaining in female wellbeing and health and it has a huge impact on women’s lives.
Women with this condition tend to suffer in silence, over half suffer with depression, feel bad about themselves and feel embarrassed. It is worrying many women don’t like to talk about it, not even with close family, friends, partner or GP.
Women don’t need to suffer in silence. Bladder sensitivity is more common than many realise, it is definitely something we should be talking about more. Speak to a friend or family member, you never know who may be suffering around you or speak to your GP. Your not alone.
Below you will find some of the results from the survey recently carried out by Always Discreet.