Poise free samples, Let’s Talk LBL and Crafts #RecycleYourPeriodPad

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21 thoughts on “Poise free samples, Let’s Talk LBL and Crafts #RecycleYourPeriodPad”

  1. Lucky for me, I have never experienced bladder leakage. I know I am in the minority, so I definitely consider myself lucky 🙂

  2. I do not suffer from this but never the less some great ideas on how to use the leftover ones :).

  3. I definitely took advantage of these products during pregnancy. I haven’t had many issues since then.

  4. No bladder leakage here except during my last (6th) pregnancy! But I’m so glad there are things like this for those times!

  5. I have never had to deal with bladder leakage. I have a friends who son used them for bandages when was playing war.

  6. It seems like Poise has some great pads. What a great way to take care of LBL. I didn’t know there were so many causes.

  7. I had no idea there was use for them after being used at all! I always threw away my period pads. I will have to check this out!

  8. I had no idea some of the things that caused leaks… very informative post, even if you weren’t sure what all your readers would think. I read it:)

  9. I never really have unused pads since my oldest is now experiencing lady time and my younger daughter is sure to follow soon. A free sample or two could definitely come in handy around here!

  10. LBL is a problem for so many people. I’m glad that it’s being talked about now, maybe it will lose some stigma.

  11. I am typically pretty creative, but I have no clue how to recycle or reuse them. I’ll have to check out the Pinterest boards to get inspiration.

  12. Pregnancy sure does a number on your body. It’s great there are such amazing products to take care of the side effects no one tells you about!

  13. If i had any pads i wasn’t going to use anymore i would donate them to a women’s shelter. They are always looking for donations. There are some really creative ways to recycle them.

  14. I think it’s so great that there are discreet products like Poise for those who suffer LBL. I hope I never need them, but if I do, I am glad there are great options!

  15. I’ve seen some recyclables going around too. I saw one gal use them for knee pads. Ingenious for work on concrete floors.

  16. This is such an important issue for woman to learn about! It’s caused by so many things at so many different ages and it can be scary if you don’t understand why

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