Tuesday, April 5, 2011

Poise pads versus TVT surgery. How about you?

85% of folks with loss of bladder control are women and it starts at very young ages. Is it right for women to believe Poise pads and Depends are the ultimate treatments?  Is it really sexy and desirable to go on a date wearing wet undergarments and being afraid to laugh without your bladder exploding?  There is a 10 minute surgery called TVT which can >90% of the time eliminate the most common type of incontinence women experience.  Women are not being made aware of this fact because undergarment manufacturers make billions of dollars convincing women they are the only way to go.  Those who make wise cracks about Whoopi Goldberg hitting a low by being a spokeswoman for Poise ought to have their heads examined.  It's probably one of her most lucrative contracts.  The only sad part is women are kept from the truth. Find the truth at www.lolagain.net

What do you think?


  1. Speaking as someone who has made many a woman laugh out loud, I wouldn't put my trust (or anything else) in something called Depends, which to me sounds like maybe.

    Q. Can I get a raise?
    A. Depends...

    see what I'm saying?

  2. I love your insight! Looks like the Depends folks were being honest when they came up with the name.

    Q: If I had TVT surgery and then laughed very hard while jumping on a trampoline, would I soil my pants?
    A: Dr. Wood's TVT surgical results from more than 1600 surgeries provided a 95% chance of staying dry during all sorts of fun activities. These women leave the pads and diapers at the store and laugh all the way to the bank.

  3. I hate those commercials,they are so misleading and dishonest.I am surprised they are allowing them on the air.I find them disgusting and cruel.