Female Bladder Control

The material provided below is for informational purposes only.  It is not intended to replace the diagnosis or treatment by a qualified healthcare professional.  You should always seek medical advice before consuming any new medicines or supplements.

Managing the symptoms of Bladder Control Loss

What can I do to manage the loss of bladder control?  

While occasional loss of bladder control is never great, there is good news. AZO Bladder ControlTM with Go-Less® is the safe and drug free way to help reduce the urge to go to the bathroom.*

AZO Bladder Control with Go-Less®:

  • A safe and drug-free way to help reduce the urge to go to the bathroom.*
  • Contains a naturally sourced blend with pumpkin seed extract.
  • Works both day and night.*
  • Supports a good night's sleep.*

And luckily, there are lots of other things you can do in addition to taking AZO Bladder Control with Go-Less® to help control the need to go and minimize the constant trips to the bathroom.*

What makes AZO Bladder Control a smart, drug-free choice for supporting bladder control?


A lot of good goes into AZO Bladder Control.

Pumpkin Seed Bladder Control

A main ingredient in AZO Bladder Control, pumpkin seed extract helps support and maintain bladder muscle strength.* This can help alleviate the fear, worry and potential embarrassment of occasional urgency.*

Bladder Control Soy

The other major ingredient, soy germ, helps to relax the bladder muscles while sustaining muscular strength in the pelvic floor - the muscles you use to control the flow.* This ingredient has been used safely and effectively in traditional medicine for centuries.

Aside from taking AZO Bladder Control, take a look at the list of healthy bladder tips below and see which ones may help you.

Healthy Bladder Control Tips

  • Cut down on caffeine and alcoholic beverages; both can irritate the bladder.
  • Avoid citrus fruits and citrus juices for the same reason.
  • Limit soft drinks; carbonated beverages and artificial sweeteners can also irritate the bladder.
  • Some people are helped when they cut out spicy food and tomato based dishes.
  • Some people report that chocolate is an irritant, try reducing your intake. (Sorry!)
  • Eat plenty of non-acidic fruits, such as blueberries, and eat dark green leafy vegetables, such as kale.
  • Limit the amount of fluid you drink before bedtime, to avoid bathroom trips during the night.
  • Try to maintain a healthy weight; extra body weight puts extra pressure on all of your organs, including your bladder.
  • Get into a regular program of exercise, including pelvic floor (Kegel) exercises, which are designed to help improve urinary continence.
  • Don’t smoke! It’s bad for everything!
  • Try meditation or yoga for stress relief; research shows that emotional stress increases bladder discomfort.